With over three decades of experience in litigating serious personal injury claims, Rick Kolodinsky and his team are committed to protecting the rights of traumatic brain injury (TBI) victims in Florida. TBIs involve the brain and central nervous system and affect your ability to function properly or go about your daily business. If you suspect that you or someone you love has sustained a TBI as a result of someone else’s negligent behavior, the Florida TBI attorney at Rick Kolodinsky, P.A. is ready to help. Talk to us today so we can assess whether another party was to blame for your traumatic brain injury.
Injuries to the brain typically occur when an individual has been involved in an auto accident, assault, or any other incident that applies a strong external force to a person’s head. During this and other accidents, the brain’s internal wiring may be damaged, leading to short and long-term
cognitive defects, such as memory loss, dizziness, amnesia, and disorientation, among other symptoms.
However, it’s important to note that trauma to the brain may still occur due to a lack
of sufficient oxygen, even when the head did not strike an object. That’s why you need to seek immediate medical treatment if you suspect that you have sustained a traumatic brain injury. The sooner you do, the better your chances are in avoiding serious long-term cognitive impairments.
As a Florida TBI lawyer, Rick Kolodinsky knows what the best technologies and tests for trauma to the brain are, and will make sure that you receive proper TBI care and treatment.
If another party causes you serious brain injury as a result of their negligent behavior or wrongdoing, the individual or organization may be held liable for their actions. Whether it’s a store owner who neglected a slippery floor or a driver who violated safety laws, you will need to prove the party’s lack of care or violation of safety laws.
If there’s sufficient evidence placing the blame on the person or company who was irresponsible or broke the law, you may be able to recover monetary compensation for the damages caused. This is also true even when the defendant was acquitted of criminal charges relating to the same negligent behavior or wrongdoing. While the money you recover cannot undo your brain injury, it will go a long way in making up for potential damages such as:
Proving fault or negligence in a traumatic brain injury case can be complicated. Considering your state of mind, you may not be the best person to prove that your TBI was due to another party’s negligence. You will need a knowledgeable medical expert to testify that another party’s negligence or wrongdoing caused the TBI you sustained. If the medical professional can connect your serious brain injury to the subject truck, car, or motorcycle accident, you may recover monetary compensation for your personal injuries and damages.
Regardless of what caused your TBI, however, it is imperative that you retain the services of our skilled Florida brain injury lawyer services. Rick Kolodinsky, P.A. has the experience and all the legal resources you will need to prove fault and recover the total amount of benefits you are entitled to after a brain injury.
If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury in Florida as a result of someone else’s fault, our knowledgeable brain injury attorney is ready to help. Rick Kolodinsky, P.A. has recovered millions of dollars in judgments and settlements for traumatic brain injury victims throughout our years of practice in Florida. While we believe that your case is unique, our track record shows that you can trust Rick Kolodinsky, P.A. to handle your brain injury claim. Talk to us today to find out how we can help if you are in Daytona Beach, DeLand, New Smyrna Beach, or anywhere in between.