Brain Injury Symptoms Lawyer in New Jersey
Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer Represents Clients Injured in Accidents in Morris County, Essex County & Middlesex County, NJ
The New Jersey law firm of Hoyt & Hoyt has represented thousands of individuals who have endured injuries through the negligence or recklessness of a person or company, including individuals who suffered traumatic brain injuries. With over 30 years of experience in personal injury law in Morris County, Essex County, Middlesex County, and throughout NJ, our attorneys know how complex the pursuit of monetary compensation for a brain injury can be.
If you or a loved one suffered a serious head injury in a motor vehicle accident, at a construction site, or due to a defective product, assault, a near drowning, or any other incident, it’s possible that you sustained brain damage. You deserve compensation for your pain and suffering and to help cover your past and future medical expenses. Contact one of the experienced New Brunswick personal injury attorneys at Hoyt & Hoyt to explore your recovery options for a traumatic brain injury.
What Are the Symptoms of a Brain Injury?
Brain injuries range from mild to serious, but often the symptoms are similar. While the severity of a brain injury isn’t always immediately obvious, anyone who has endured a hit to the head, especially one fracturing or penetrating the skull, should receive immediate medical attention.
Some possible brain injury symptoms are catalogued below:
- Cognitive Disruption: Confusion, poor concentration, loss of both short-term and long-term memory, lost or poor recognition.
- Mood Changes: Irrational or excessive anger, aggression and aggressive outbursts, violent behavior, anxiety attacks, apathy, depression.
- Sensory: Extreme sensitivity to light and sound, loss of smell, loss of taste, partial or total deafness, ringing in the ears.
- Speech: Word-finding troubles, slurred speech.
- Behavioral: Inappropriate crying spells, impulsivity, lack of self-control, repetitive words or actions.
What Should You Do When You’ve Suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury in New Jersey?
If you were involved in an accident that resulted in severe head trauma, you should immediately seek medical attention. Once you are medically stabilized, or if you are a loved one intervening on behalf of a brain injury victim, it’s imperative that you contact a New Jersey personal injury attorney who is qualified to help you through the difficult logistics of filing an insurance claim and, when appropriate, filing a personal injury civil court lawsuit in NJ.
If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury, the Morristown personal injury attorneys at Hoyt & Hoyt Law can help. With over 30 years representing those injured because of an individual’s or company’s negligence or recklessness, we know how to guide our clients through the complex and confusing chaos of insurance claims and personal injury lawsuits in New Jersey courtrooms.
Contact a Morristown Personal Injury Attorney About Your Traumatic Brain Injury Before It’s Too Late
New Jersey statutes of limitations for personal injury claims restrict the time allowed for workers’ compensation and personal injury claims, so don’t delay. Call the personal injury lawyers of Hoyt & Hoyt today at 973-292-0274 for the quickest response and to schedule a personal meeting with one of our qualified, experienced traumatic brain injury attorneys. We represent clients in Morris County, Essex County, and Middlesex County, NJ, including Edison, Woodbridge, New Brunswick, Parsippany-Troy Hills, Morristown, Denville, Dover, Roxbury, and Mount Olive.
Also, you won’t pay a penny to us upfront. We handle personal injury cases on contingency, which means that we won’t get paid until we win your insurance settlement or personal injury claim.