San Bernardino Brain Injury Lawyer
Protecting Victims Suffering from Mild Concussions to Major Traumatic Brain Injuries throughout Riverside, Fontana & Rialto
Redlands – San Bernardino Valley – Throughout the Inland Empire
The insurance industry often refers to a brain injury as the “non-existent” injury because it shows no outward physical signs. Insurance adjustors are notorious for claiming that a mild brain injury following a blow to the head (sometimes called “a concussion”) will have no lasting impact on the victim or family members. The truth is that even “mild” mild brain damage can have a significant impact on someone’s life.
Free initial consultation about your brain injury case
No legal fees unless you win money for your injury or wrongful death claim
Riverside Brain Injury Lawyer
If you have suffered a blow to the head or other head or neck injury in an accident, you may not notice the immediate effects of a brain injury. For more than 40 years, the San Bernardino brain njury lawyers at Welebir Tierney & Weck have been providing aggressive representation for people who can no longer function adequately because of the immediate or delayed affects of a head injury. Subtle brain injuries are very difficult to prove and often require investigating behavioral changes over a period of time. We do not hesitate to use our access to diagnostic experts and medical specialists in order to obtain a complete assessment of the level of damage that has resulted from your accident.
The attorney you choose shouldn’t be a last resort. They should be your first choice. When you decide you need the assistance of a lawyer to help you in protecting your rights and advancing a claim, turn to one of the leading personal injury law firms in the Inland Empire. Turn to Welebir Tierney & Weck.
To us, there is no such thing as a mild brain injury. Period. We fight hard to make that point clear for a jury. Call your doctor immediately if you are starting to notice some memory or brain function loss following an accident. Then contact us.