Quick Law Group, PLLC

Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer

We Stand and Fight on the Side of People Injured Because of Negligence

When you suffer a serious concussion, inner ear injury, or traumatic brain injury (TBI), the consequences can be severe and life-changing.  The identification and effects of TBI are better understood today than ever.  The brain is a vital and fragile organ, thus, TBI can result in long-lasting cognitive and physical impairment--sometimes catastrophic injury or death.  If you have been injured through the negligence of another, you may be entitled to compensation.  Contact us online or call 425-576-8150 to speak with a Kirkland, WA, traumatic brain injury lawyer. We serve Redmond, Bellevue, and surrounding communities.

Do you have grounds to file a TBI lawsuit?

Was Your Injury Caused by Recklessness or Negligence? You May Have a Case

Can You Point to a Breach of Duty That Occurred? 

In order to pursue a TBI lawsuit, you need to be able to prove that another individual or party acted outside of the standard of "reasonable care" that was expected of them. 

Is There a Direct Link to the Injury?

If you are able to prove that the defendant acted negligently, recklessly, or maliciously, you then need to prove that their actions or inactions directly caused your brain injury

Are There Quantifiable Damages?

To pursue a lawsuit and recover compensation for any losses you acquired as a result of the injury, you will need to prove it resulted in lost wages, medical expenses, or a lower quality of life.

There are many types of brain injuries...

Types of brain injuries

The Extent of Your Brain Injury Will Affect Your Case

Whether you are diagnosed with a mild form of TBI or a severe injury with long-lasting or life-long side effects will be a major consideration in how we advise you to move forward. 

Our Kirkland personal injury attorneys have dealt with many brain injury cases, and we know how to pursue your case to reach the best possible outcomes. If we find that a settlement does not adequately cover your expenses, we will never hesitate to go to court.

Are you unsure whether you sustained a TBI?

Symptoms That Could Indicate an Injury

Physical Effects

Brain injuries can cause physical side effects including loss of consciousness, persistent headaches, vomiting or nausea, trouble sleeping, imbalance and dizziness, and slurred speech.

Impaired Senses

Some injuries can affect your senses and lead to light sensitivity, blurry or irregular vision, ringing in the ears, dilation of one or both pupils, or numbness or weakness of the extremities (arms, legs, hands, feet).

Cognitive Consequences

Brain damage can affect your mental wellness. Some TBI victims experience behavioral or mood changes, memory and concentration problems, depression, anxiety, and more.

Other Disabilities

Some individuals develop peripheral or central vestibular disorder. If you are experiencing symptoms following a head injury, seek both medical treatment and legal advice, in that order.

Contact Quick Law Group, PLLC

If you or a family member suffered a serious injury at the hands of another party or person, you may be eligible for a personal injury claim. To speak with one of our attorneys, call our Kirkland office:

(425) 576-8150

Or Request a Case Review Online

How will our attorneys determine who to hold liable?

The Cause of Your Injury Will Greatly Influence Your Case

In order to establish liability and attempt to recover compensation from the at-fault party, our injury attorneys will begin by fully investigating the cause of your brain injury.

We approach every case differently depending on the cause. For example: 

  • If medical malpractice contributed to your TBI, our attorneys may sue the medical institution, doctor, or both. 
  • If your injury resulted from a collision with a negligent, reckless, or drunk driver, we may pursue charges against the driver.

The cause of your injury may not be immediately apparent, so you should never accept a settlement from an insurance company until you speak to a lawyer. By settling your case before the full extent of your injuries is apparent, you risk becoming ineligible for compensation in the future. 

TBI infostat

*According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

A TBI Can Result from Various Situations: 

Falls
Strike to the Head
Bicycle Accidents

More Information About Traumatic Brain Injury

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs in varying degrees when sudden trauma causes damage to structures of the brain.  TBI can occur by blunt force, cranial penetration or rapid acceleration/deceleration motion.  Thus, impact to the head is not necessary to sustain a brain injury.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, falls and motor vehicle accidents account for more than half of the TBIs in the United States. While auto accidents are self-explanatory, some of the situations that can lead to TBI from falls include:

  • Elevated work sites, such as booms, scissors scaffolding or mast lifts
  • Ladders
  • Improperly maintained stairway, walkways, parking lots

Many times, these situations are found at a person's job. It is important to contact an attorney so that you know what your rights are in regard to your employment following a fall.

Quick Law Group, PLLC

Elizabeth and Matthew Quick
Elizabeth and Matthew Quick

At the Quick Law Group, PLLC, our clients are given straightforward, candid advice about their situation, and are always treated with respect as they deal with the legal and medical issues that result from the accident. Our accolades include:

Contact us online or call us at (425) 576-8150 to schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer. If we take your case, we will fight to collect maximum compensation for your injuries.

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