Bill Cook has been litigating traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) for decades. Throughout this time, he has committed himself to studying the anatomy and physiology of the brain and how it affects all areas of the human body. This dedication has confirmed our firm’s reputation as a leader in pursuing those liable for these complicated and devastating injuries.
There is a spectrum of traumatic brain injuries that ranges from mild to severe—the latter of which can leave individuals in a vegetative state or even result in death. Because symptoms vary in type, severity, and length, it is imperative that individuals who feel they might have suffered a TBI undergo a complete and thorough medical examination. Confronting the injury and its symptoms early on can greatly reduce complications, influence treatment and healing, and even prevent fatalities. If you or a loved one are experiencing any of these symptoms following a head injury, please visit a hospital or physician immediately:
- Continual headaches
- Difficulty sleeping
- Sensitivity to stimuli—light, sound, etc.
- Balance issues
- Memory loss or “blacking out”
- Sudden changes in certain hormone levels, as affected by injury to the pituitary gland subsequent to a concussion
Having successfully litigated many TBI cases, we have the experience and knowledge necessary to seek the justice our clients deserve. Winning a personal injury case related to TBI can be difficult, especially when the injury and symptoms are not immediately visible or recognizable. Thankfully, our study and experience on the subject has given us a firm understanding of this nuanced field, including:
Here at the Law Office of William D. Cook, we have a wealth of experience litigating personal injury claims arising from traumatic brain injury cases. We also offer a free consultation to thoroughly discuss the particulars of your case, as well as a policy that ensures that you do not pay until we are able to win your case through settlement or trial.