Pittsburgh Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer For The Injured
Victims of a closed head injury — like a concussion — often experience changes in personality, emotional changes and short-term memory loss. If a medical provider fails to recognize these symptoms, serious injury may occur.
Neurologists, psychologists and other medical professionals who miss the clear signs of brain injury put patients' lives in jeopardy. At Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C., we hold them accountable for their errors and for the harm caused by their failure to diagnose a brain injury.
A Record Of Success Established Over 30 Years
Our attorneys represent brain injury victims in medical malpractice lawsuits. With more than 30 years of experience in Pennsylvania courts, we are well-prepared to achieve the best possible results. Our record of success includes favorable settlements and jury verdicts, and we continue to build this record with the medical negligence cases we handle.
We represent the victims of many different types of brain injury, from mild brain injury to some of the most severe traumatic brain injuries:
- Skull fractures
- Internal bleeding and bruising
- Swelling of the brain
Even a minor head injury can have a significant impact on your life. Studies have shown that overstimulation of an injured brain by intellectual or emotional stress causes the brain to react by not healing itself. These studies reveal that students who do not know they have concussions and keep normal school schedules take a longer time to recover than students who are placed on reduced schedules.
Further statistics show that patients who have had a significant closed head injury are at risk of developing early dementia and Alzheimer's. Regardless of the nature of your brain injury or the brain injury of a loved one, taking legal action can be critical to improving your quality of life.
Talk with our attorneys about your options after a brain injury. Contact the lawyers at the Pittsburgh and Philadelphia law offices of Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C., by calling us at 412-567-1232 in Pittsburgh or Western Pennsylvania, 215-792-6153 in Philadelphia or Eastern Pennsylvania or toll free at 866-466-5789. You may also complete our online contact form. Initial consultations are free and confidential.