Killeen Brain Injury Lawyer

If someone’s negligence caused your brain injury — whether it was in a T-bone collision on U.S. Highway 190 or a slip and fall at Killeen Mall — they should be held to account for the resulting losses you sustained.

A brain injury lawyer serving Killeen with D. Miller & Associates, PLLC™, will assess these damages and request a financial recovery from the liable party on your behalf. We have been serving Texans since 2002, and now is the time to help you get justice.

Brain Injury Cases Our Texas Firm Has Handled

Brain injuries can transpire from a slew of negligent accidents. If you suffered such an injury in any of the following accidents, our attorneys can represent you.

  • Car accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • 18-wheeler and semi truck collisions
  • Slip and falls
  • Defective products, drugs, and medical devices
  • Medical malpractice
  • Premises liability

If your loved one succumbed to their brain injury in any of these accidents, we can help you take a wrongful death action.

Should you not see the accident you or your loved one suffered mentioned here, our team still wants to hear from you to see what we can do.

Forms of Financial Recovery You Can Seek in a Brain Injury Case

Our lawyers will analyze multiple factors of your case to determine which damages, as well as the amount, that you can pursue. We will consider:

  • How the brain injury happened
  • The seriousness of the injury
  • The duration and intensiveness of your treatment plan
  • If you can work
  • How your quality of life has been affected
  • Your current and expected financial status

From there, we may find that you qualify to secure awards for:

Past and Anticipated Medical Costs

When you suffer a brain injury, which is typically caused by a blow to your head, there is a certain protocol medical professionals will take. Mayo Clinic explains that you may be graded on the Glasgow Coma Scale, which will indicate if your movement, speech, and other abilities have been damaged. Depending on your diagnosis, you might also need medication, surgery, and rehabilitation.

Costs for these treatments can add up fast. Since you were not responsible for your injury, you can request awards for them when you file a claim or lawsuit.

Lost Wages if Your Treatment or Injury Keeps You from Working

Between your treatment and the effects of your brain injury, it’s possible that you had to take a leave of absence from work. After all, Mayo Clinic further notes that brain injury victims might experience profound confusion, drowsiness, and mood changes, among other symptoms.

With these setbacks, you can claim damages for lost tips, commissions, vacation days, business opportunities, hourly wages and salary, and other benefits.

Pain and Suffering if Your Brain Injury Keeps You from Living as You Did

The physical and emotional repercussions of the injury, like depression and anxiety, sleep difficulties, and headaches, can take a toll on your well-being. Pain and suffering, mental anguish, and diminished quality of life can be accounted for you in your personal injury case.

Wrongful Death Damages if Your Loved One Passed Away

If your loved one lost their life during the accident or afterward, you can include the following damages in a wrongful death claim or lawsuit:

  • Final medical expenses
  • Loss of financial support
  • Burial and funeral service costs
  • Loss of the decedent’s services, guidance, and companionship

The Importance of Seeking Medical Help After a Brain Injury

If you are in any type of accident, it’s important to get medical attention right away — even if you think that you were not harmed. Brain injuries, in particular, are known for going unnoticeable at first — sometimes for days or weeks. Thus, going to the doctor can help ensure that you are in good health or keep your condition from getting worse.

If you didn’t get treatment soon after the accident, the following signs may indicate that you suffered a brain injury:

  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Headaches
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Problems with speech and memory

Obtaining medical help immediately also shows a relationship between the accident and your brain injury. Documentation of your visit may give the insurance company less of a reason to argue or possibly deny your claim.

How Our Lawyers Serving Killeen Can Help You After You Suffer a Brain Injury

At D. Miller & Associates, PLLC™, we pride ourselves on our availability to our clients. We even hold regular Facebook livestreams to answer any questions they have.

Should you decide to work with our personal injury attorneys, they will:

  • Collect incident reports, related photos and videos, and witness statements
  • Gather your medical records that include your brain injury-related diagnosis and treatment plan, as well as any other statements from your medical team
  • Prove the liable party’s negligence
  • Speak to other involved parties and their representatives
  • Engage in negotiating a settlement with the insurer
  • File all paperwork by the deadline
  • Dispute your injury case in court if need be

You can find out more about our services in a case evaluation with one of our team members when you call us.

Time Limits on Taking Legal Action in Texas

When you file a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit for a brain injury, you must be aware of the time restrictions enforced by the state. Texas law dictates that claimants are generally allowed two years to bring their case against the party who is liable for their damages.

Let our firm know about your case as soon as possible so that we can meet the state deadline. Otherwise, you could be barred from seeking any financial recovery.

Start Working with D. Miller & Associates, PLLC™, Today

While you put your energy towards your recovery, our lawyers serving Killeen will represent you throughout your brain injury case from start to finish.

To learn more in a case evaluation, contact D. Miller & Associates, PLLC™, today at (713) 850-8600.