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Serious and Permanent Injuries Caused by Brain Injury
A brain injury can impact your personal relationships, physical health and ability to work. Even minor brain injuries can have a lifelong impact. If you suspect a brain injury in a loved one, or you have been diagnosed with a brain injury after an accident, you may be entitled to significant compensation. I am Frank Tomeny, III, a Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based attorney dedicated to helping brain injury victims and their families recover the compensation they deserve after an accident.
Identifying Brain Injuries
Brain injuries can be difficult to diagnose, and are often not identified for months or years after an accident. It is not uncommon for a friend, relative, or co-worker to notice personality changes, mood swings and other changes that indicate a brain injury. If a brain injury is suspected, it is important to seek a medical examination and consult with an attorney who can protect your rights. As your lawyer, I will review the facts of your case, identify the cause of the injury and pursue claims against all responsible parties.
I am an experienced Baton Rouge brain injury attorney handling cases involving:
- Car accidents
- Traumatic brain injury
- Quadriplegia and paraplegia
- Truck/18-wheeler accidents
- Drunk driving accidents
- Bicycle and pedestrian accidents
- Injuries to children
Life Planning and Long-Term Care After an Accident
I will take the time to understand how an injury has affected your life and impacted your family. In brain injury cases, it is critical to maximize compensation for immediate, as well as long-term care, needs. I will work with a team of economists, accountants and other financial planners who will assist in valuating your claim. I will also consult with neuropsychologists and other medical experts experienced in IQ testing, loss of functional ability and work capacity. My priority is to help you recover for all of your expenses and ongoing financial issues related to a brain injury or loss of brain capacity.