New Jersey Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyers

Compassionate Personal Injury Lawyers Serving New Jersey Families Devastated by Head and Brain Injuries

At the Reinartz Law Firm, we champion your cause with fierce determination

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A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can have a profound and lasting impact on the victim and their family. Recovery is often difficult and may require expensive medical treatment, including neurological and therapeutic treatments.

If you or someone you love is suffering from a head and brain injury that resulted from another individual’s negligence, you are likely to be angry, confused and frustrated as you try to obtain justice and receive desperately needed financial compensation.

These catastrophic injuries are very complex personal injury claims and require the legal representation of an attorney with extensive knowledge and experience in this area, as well as a wide range of resources.

Our attorneys are passionate about helping those suffering from head and brain injuries. We are familiar with the obstacles you are a facing and with the extensive legalities involved in successfully pursuing your claim. We work with expert witnesses in the fields of neurology and psychiatry and life planners and economists to ensure that every aspect of your case is supported and that all of your damages are persuasively presented.

Our team is relentless in pursuing the maximum compensation you need to address all eventualities for handling your traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Head and Brain Injuries in NJ

It's estimated that 1.5 million Americans sustain a TBI every year. Brain injuries typically occur due to a blow to the head or when an object penetrates a person's skull. The people most at risk are children, young adults, and people over the age of 75. Females are also twice as likely to suffer a TBI than males.

Of the people affected by TBI, many survive and are left with life-long permanent injury. As a result, it's estimated that some 5 million Americans are living with a permanent TBI-related disability.

Someone suffers a brain injury every 21 seconds in the U.S. leading to a total of more than one and a half million victims annually. Currently, more than five million people are living with disabilities resulting from a head and brain injury. These types of devastating traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are frequently the result of a vehicle accident.

Common Causes of TBI

Here are just a few examples of how a Traumatic Brain Injury can be caused by someone else's negligence:

  • Car Accidents - When a negligent driver causes a motor vehicle accident, the risk of TBI is high. The injured party can be another driver, a bicyclist or a pedestrian. Pedestrian injuries can be especially dangerous.
  • Slip & Falls - If you fall on someone else's property due to a dangerous condition that shouldn't exist you may be entitled to compensation. Slip & fall injuries are common and even more dangerous to the elderly.
  • Workplace Accidents - Injuries in the workplace can involve car accidents, incidents with machinery or falling objects, and more. While workers' compensation typically addresses the costs of injury, some workers may seek additional compensation through a personal injury claim.
  • Product Injuries Defective products can cause a TBI. Design defects, manufacturing defects, and failure to warn are all grounds for a product liability claim.

Symptoms of TBI

Some common effects of serious head and brain injury include the following:

  • Memory loss
  • Seizures
  • Cognitive impairment
  • Anger / Mood swings
  • Coordination problems
  • Loss of mobility
  • Depression
  • Personality changes
  • Sensory impairment

Learning to cope with a TBI or the change in your loved one due to a head and brain injury can be incredibly difficult. Our firm works relentlessly to obtain the full and fair compensation you need to help you and your family manage all of the changes you’re experiencing and to move forward successfully.

Getting Help With TBI

If your traumatic brain injury was caused by someone else's negligence, you may be able to seek compensation for your damages. New Jersey law protects victims who have been injured through no fault of their own. As a victim of negligence, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost and future lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.

If you've been seriously injured, you should speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer. The law limits the time for a claim, and evidence can be lost or discarded with the passage of time. Call today for a free consultation.

At the Reinartz Law Firm we fight for the justice you deserve for your head and brain injury. Our nationally recognized civil litigators don’t stop with quick and easy settlements. We pursue the maximum monetary damages to which you are entitled through skilled negotiation and in court. Call 201-289-8614 today to schedule a convenient time to discuss your case with one of our empathetic attorneys.