Get in touch with us today by calling (757) 244-7000 or filling out the form on this page if you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury. At the Brain Injury Law Center, we devote our practice to seeking to ease your hardship by pursuing every bit of compensation possible.
Contact us today for a free case evaluation. There is no cost or obligation.
The Brain Injury Law Center is the only law firm in the United States dedicated exclusively to representing brain injury victims, survivors and their families.
About Brain Injury Law Center
The premier law firm in the United States dedicated to representing brain injury victims and their families.
We founded the Brain Injury Law Center with the aim of specifically helping victims and families whose lives have been affected by brain injury. We build strong cases using leading-edge litigation techniques and strategies. This allows us to obtain the maximum damages awards for brain injury sufferers, and to hold the people or entities liable for the injuries they have caused.
Brain injuries are known as “invisible injuries” or “the silent epidemic.” Such injuries are often not obvious, and many of those affected carry burdens in ways we don’t immediately perceive. It’s time to break the silence. Thanks to our work, brain injury victims can obtain the assistance and legal remedies they need and deserve.
What Do I Bring to My Initial Consultation?
Your free initial consultation exists so you can determine whether we’ll be the right fit for you and your family, and for us to learn more about your case. The more information and documentation you can bring along to this first meeting, the easier it will be for us to determine your legal rights and options.
We understand that you may be going through a challenging time, especially after a brain injury, and it might not always be possible to gather every detail of information. However, it is always helpful if you can bring the following items to your initial consultation:
- Hospital bills and medical records
- Any police or accident reports
- Witness statements
- Pay stubs (if lost earnings are an issue)
- Photos or video of the accident scene or the injury
- A brief written account of what happened
We want to reassure you that it’s perfectly fine if you can’t bring every single item. It’s our job to prepare evidence for litigation. When the time comes, there will be a “discovery” period where our legal team gathers and organizes the materials for trial.
What Questions Should I Prepare for My Consultation?
A main goal of the free initial consultation is for you to get a “feel” of how a particular personal injury attorney might fit your preferences.
Feel free to ask questions like:
- When can I contact you regarding my case?
- What is the preferred method of communication?
- Do you have specific experience with cases like mine?
- What is your track record for these types of legal issues?
- What are your professional credentials and academic background?
Always remember—you can ask any question during an initial consultation. The more questions you ask, the more informed your decision will be.
On our end, we take the time to make sure you understand the legal process. We empower you to make your own decisions and be as involved with your case as you wish. If you have any questions, you can contact our office at (757) 244-7000.
Office COVID-19 Safety Precautions
Your health and safety are at the top of our priority list. We take all steps to make sure we are implementing best COVID-19 practices during in-person meetings. If you have any special needs or requests in this regard, let us know beforehand so we can accommodate you.
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