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Obtaining compensation for a brain injury in Connecticut

On Behalf of | Nov 19, 2014 | Brain Injury

The brain is one of the most vital organs in the human body. Injuries to the brain may lead to years of recovery or even permanent disability. Acquired traumatic brain injuries refer to any injury sustained by the victim to the person’s head or brain. Brain injuries often cause the victim and the victim’s family to incur thousands of dollars in debt for medical treatments and expenses. People may not be able to pay these bills as they recover from debilitating injuries.

Often, the responsible party may try and find loopholes to evade paying any compensation to the victim. Our team of legal experts and accessible medical experts will draw out the most comprehensive case for our clients.

Kennedy Johnson Schwab & Roberge LLC understand your dilemma. We have over 25 years of litigating experience in personal injury law that can help their clients get the best compensation due to them.

Having an experienced law firm on their side may be a blessing for such families. The firm is exclusively dedicated to personal injury lawsuits such as brain injuries.

Brain injuries may cause not only physical disability but may also adversely affect the victim’s mental health. The firm believes in their compassionate approach towards the clients with such ailments.

There are often various technicalities involved in proving a traumatic brain injury case. With years of aggressive lawyering under our belt, our attorneys have the knowledge and expertise to deal with all personal injury lawsuits pertaining to traumatic brain injuries. Please see our brain injuries webpage for more information about how we can help those who have suffered a brain injury.



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