This article outlines the importance of an array of expert witnesses in a TBI litigation, each of whom fields an area of concern, fully versed in Florida law. Attorneys are urged to consider these experts as a team, based on evaluating various important points of reference, with but a singular persuasion as their goal.
The cost of Traumatic Brain Injury has reached epic proportions in the United States, due to a large number of events that occur with regularity. Destitute families are often helped by law firms and attorneys who are able to offer their services and will pursue the case on a contingency basis regulated by Florida law.
The more cases there are on record, the more evident it becomes that brain injury clients deserve highly qualified attorneys. Experts not only in the Florida law, but experts in all aspects of the injury itself—its consequences, treatment and recovery are required. It is critical that the attorney have the resources to represent the client in terms of their current conditions and future recovery requirements.
Not all brain injuries present themselves immediately. The wise course of action is to investigate their possibility. Readers are advised of three types of brain injuries that can develop and become major medical problems before the patient or doctor is aware of them. The article suggests an MRI or CT scan should be performed to rule out brain injury.
Complications beset most brain-injury cases in the form of pressure from insurance companies, families without means to deal with a complex injury and the law’s exacting requirements for a timely remedy. These influences can only be dealt with by an attorney who understands the complications and can handle them expeditiously.