Head Trauma Injury? Seek Medical Care Immediately
Closed head injuries are often difficult to diagnose as the symptoms might develop over time, and should be treated as seriously as you would if you suffered another serious brain injury.
If you have been in a car accident or any other accident, your first priority should be to seek medical care. If you have sustained a head injury or concussive injury, it is important for you to get the appropriate medical and therapeutic treatment you need to maximize your optimal recovery. Once you have met with a doctor, the next step should be to call our office to discuss your case and to learn if you might be entitled to compensation.
We Focus On Your Case So You Can Focus On Your Recovery
While you concentrate on getting better and following your doctors’ instructions, the attorneys at Geary & Geary, LLP, will handle the legal aspects of your claim for compensation and damages. From insurance issues to personal injury claims and legal action for full compensation, our attorneys can guide you through every aspect of your closed head injury claim.
Contact our law firm online for a free initial consultation. You may also call our firm directly at call 978-319-4194 or toll-free at 866-497-7455, to discuss your situation with an experienced lawyer.
We represent injured clients throughout Massachusetts and in southern New Hampshire.
Seeking Compensation For Your Head Injuries
We represent clients who have suffered all types of head trauma, including:
- Closed head injuries
- Subdural hematoma and subarachnoid hemorrhages
- Traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries
Whether you have been in a car crash, motorcycle accident or injured on the job, we will work to secure the medical expenses, lost wages and damages for pain and suffering that you deserve. Our attorneys will thoroughly investigate the extent of your head injuries in order to seek full and fair compensation. We often consult with medical experts and professionals to pursue compensation that reflects the present and future costs of your injuries.