Lawyers For Workers Hurt By Head Injuries

Even a minor head injury can have a significant effect on your life. A head injury can lead to loss of consciousness, changes in behavior and irritability, memory loss and even coma, preventing you from participating in work and other activities.

"Head injury" is a broad term that describes many different injuries that may happen to the scalp, skull, brain and tissues of the head. The Pittsburgh law office of Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C., represent the victims of many different types of head injuries, from mild injury to some of the most severe traumatic brain injuries:

  • Concussions
  • Skull fractures
  • Intracranial hematoma/internal bleeding and bruising
  • Swelling of the brain

Serving Brain Injury Victims Since 1972

At Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C., we have represented head injury victims in areas of law including personal injury, car accidents, workers' compensation, Social Security Disability, medical malpractice, asbestos litigation, cancer and mesothelioma and insurance bad faith for more than 30 years. Our clients have included individuals, workers, labor unions and the family members of people who have suffered fatal injuries.

When A Brain Injury Occurs At Work

When a head injury occurs at work, you may be able to seek compensation by filing a workers' compensation claim for damages. With your lawyers' assistance, you may also consider filing a personal injury lawsuit against a responsible subcontractor or vendor on the work site. You may also pursue a product liability lawsuit if dangerous or defective equipment at your workplace caused the brain injury.

Contact Us

If you have been injured on the job or by the negligence of another, contact Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C., by calling us at 412-567-1232 in Pittsburgh or Western Pennsylvania, or toll free at 866-466-5789. You may also complete our online contact form. Initial consultations are free and confidential.

For your convenience, we are available to come to your home, hospital or union hall to talk with you and your family about your rights under federal and Pennsylvania laws.