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Mar 21

What is Important in a Brain Injury Case?

Posted by: Personal Injury Attorney  

When an accident occurs and you or a loved one are injured, your first reaction may be sheer relief that no one died from the accident. However, accidents can leave lasting damage, such as brain injuries that leave the victim unable to function normally or to the level they functioned before the accident occurred.


Brain injuries can be mild, or they can be quite severe. The symptoms of a brain injury can also be hard to detect or they can take time to appear. If you or a loved one have suffered a brain injury, it is important to gather as much information as possible about the extent and severity of the injury. Medical records are crucial evidence if the case goes to trial because the judge will use the records to help determine the extent the injury has disrupted the victim's life, which in turn will affect the amount of the damages the judge will award if the defendant is found guilty.

The next step is to contact Mr. Hamdam, Los Angeles personal injury lawyer. Brain injury cases are complex and can raise difficult legal issues. It is important not to attempt to take the other party to court without an expert in personal injury cases at your side. The court looks for specific information that will prove that the other party was negligent in causing the injury, and this information can often be difficult to gather and prove. Mr. Hamdam has helped hundreds of accident victims, including victims of brain injuries, recoup the financial compensation they deserve.