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Minnesota TBI Lawyer

Any brain injury is a serious injury and, in most instances, a traumatic brain injury will lead to a disability. If you suffer an injury to your brain, then you could be looking at a number of serious complications that will affect your ability to work, your ability to move and your overall quality of life. If you or someone you love has experienced a serious brain injury due to someone else’s negligence, then now is the time to do something about it.

We have worked on several cases involving serious brain injuries due to work related accidents, car accidents, slip and fall accidents, medical malpractice and other catastrophic events. Contact our team of compassionate and qualified Minnesota brain injury attorneys today by filling out the form on the side of this page or phoning one of our office numbers.

Understanding Traumatic Brain Injuries

According to the M.S.A 144.661 statute of the Minnesota law, a traumatic brain injury is:
” a sudden insult or damage to the brain or its coverings caused by an external physical force which may produce a diminished or altered state of consciousness and which results in the following disabilities: impairment of cognitive or mental abilities; impairment of physical functioning; or disturbance of behavioral or emotional functioning.”

If you have suffered a brain injury you could be facing years of rehabilitation and recovery. In some instances you may never recover from a brain injury and be left with a permanent disability. In other instances you may be able to resume normal activity with extensive rehabilitation and training.

  • Memory loss
  • Skull fracture
  • Coup and contrecoup brain injuries
  • Subdural hematoma
  • Cerebral anoxia
  • Permanent disability
  • Paralysis
  • Loss of motor skills

Brain Injury Financial Assistance

If you or someone you love has suffered from a brain injury you may be looking at several unexpected financial costs including specialist’s fees, rehabilitation expenses and a loss of income. You may lose your ability to take care of yourself, to drive, to work, to feed yourself or to even go to the bathroom. You may need to hire a full time caretaker and you may need to make alternative arrangements for your children and your family. On top of these unexpected costs are the day to day expenses such as the mortgage, the car loan and the electricity bills.

Talk To Us About Your Concerns For Free

Contact our firm today at (952) 448-2800 – Chaska, (507) 388-1800 – Mankato, or (612) 424-6011 – Minneapolis. Consultations are free and cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. We only get paid when you are compensated.