From truck and motorcycle accidents to head-on and rollover crashes, brain injuries can occur in a variety of collisions and other accidents. Most, however, typically result in devastating outcomes for victims and their families.
A brain injury may leave an accident victim in a coma or incapacitated temporarily – or for the rest of their life. In these cases, medical bills and lost wages are only a small concern for family members who must also think about long-term care, Medicare coverage, disability benefits and other legal matters.
At Dan Doyle Law Group, in Media, Pennsylvania, we care deeply about our clients and understand the pain and confusion they’re experiencing after a serious accident. Our firm is dedicated to guiding victims and their families through the complex legal process following an accident, helping them recover full and fair compensation.
We understand the various legal issues you’re struggling to understand and cope with, including:
With the compassionate lawyers at Dan Doyle Law Group at your side, you don’t have to go through any of these processes alone. We have experience handling a wide range of legal matters associated with catastrophic injuries, including filing personal injury claims after drunk driving accidents, car crashes, pedestrian and bicycle accidents, slip-and-fall accidents and more. We can also handle product liability cases in the event a dangerous car or object resulted in a serious head injury or traumatic brain injury (TBI).
The wrongful death of a loved one who has suffered a fatal brain injury can be an awful burden for family members after an accident. Attorney Dan Doyle will be sensitive to your emotional state. He will make sure you have the emotional and legal support you need to file a wrongful death claim, and recover adequate compensation to cover lost wages, medical bills, and funeral and burial expenses.
Whether moderate or severe, brain injuries can end up costing a victim thousands of dollars over their lifetime. With these types of catastrophic injuries, it becomes more apparent than ever the need for full and fair compensation.