New Orleans Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney
Severe Head Injury Lawyer in New Orleans, LA
Traumatic brain injuries can have devastating and life-altering consequences not only for the victims, but also for their families. For two decades, Gibby Andry has represented victims of mild, moderate, and severe traumatic brain injury. Auto accidents and other vehicular accidents are the primary causes of traumatic brain injuries, but falls, industrial/occupational accidents, sports injuries, and physical assaults are also common causes.
You or a family member may have heard your doctor use phrases like “closed head injury” or “post-concussion syndrome” to describe your medical condition. Severe traumatic brain injury can cause medical conditions like seizure disorders, skull fractures, subdural hematomas, brain hemorrhage, amnesia and/or contusion of the brain. Mild traumatic brain injury can be hard to recognize.
Symptoms which may be associated with traumatic brain injuries:
â€¢ Loss of memory
â€¢ Impaired judgment
â€¢ Dizziness/ balance difficulties
â€¢ Blurred vision
â€¢ Reduced attention and concentration
â€¢ Difficulty making decisions
â€¢ Alteration of the sense of taste and/or smell
â€¢ Ringing in the ears (tinnitus)
â€¢ Personality changes
At the law office of Gibby Andry, our traumatic brain injury lawyers have handled many lawsuits involving brain injuries and our expertise has allowed us to obtain substantial monetary recoveries for clients with severe head injuries. We work closely with highly trained experts, specialists in the fields of diagnosis and treatment of traumatic brain injuries, who can develop the evidence needed to win your case in court.
Call Day or Night, Toll-Free: 1-888-696-6049
Our traumatic brain injury attorneys understand how these injuries can affect all aspects of your life including your career and close relationships. Gibby Andryâ€™s office is available 24 hours a day to take calls from clients. We offer free consultations. Contact our New Orleans, LA office at 888-696-6049 to discuss your severe brain injury claim.