Lancaster Pennsylvania Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer
Joseph Monaco, Second Generation Trial Lawyer
Call me at 855-563-5342
Traumatic head and brain injuries in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania can be caused by a number of reasons including auto accidents, slip and falls, work site accidents, assaults or defective products. If the harm has been caused by a person or entity’s reckless or careless conduct, you will likely be eligible for an award of monetary damages under Pennsylvania Law. Unfortunately, brain injuries can have life changing impacts on victims’ lives. From pain and suffering, loss of employment to soaring medical bills. If you or a loved one have been injured or wrongfully killed, call me, Joseph Monaco, Lancaster Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer, to learn your rights.
Common Symptoms of a Lancaster, Pennsylvania Traumatic Brain Injury:
- Persistent headaches
- Inability to concentrate
- Short term memory loss
- Blurred vision
- Personality Changes
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, traumatic brain injuries are a major cause of death and disability in the United States. 30% of all trauma related deaths involve a head injury. Plus, each year falls account for 47% of all traumatic brain injury emergency room visits, hospitalizations and deaths. Nearly four in five traumatic brain injury emergency room visits involving adults aged 65 or older, are caused by falls. Being struck in the head is the second leading cause of closed head injuries according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Amongst all age groups, motor vehicle crashes are the third leading cause of traumatic brain injuries.
The symptoms of a traumatic brain injury can last a few days or the rest of one’s life. In addition, Lancaster, Pennsylvania traumatic brain injuries not only effect the victim but their families and friends as well. To learn more, call me Toll-Free at 855-Joe-Legal for a Free Consultation and the No Recovery, No Fee Guarantee. Please don’t wait. Investigating and treating a traumatic brain injury or wrongful death should begin immediately.