Skilled Trial Lawyers For
The Seriously Injured
Legal Counsel, You Can Rely On After A Traumatic Brain Injury
Signs Of A Brain Injury
TBIs are not always apparent right away after an accident. They may occur without a direct impact on your head or without you losing consciousness. Some people may suffer brain injury from an induced coma. If you or a loved one exhibit any of the following symptoms after an accident, you should seek medical attention right away:
- Blurred vision
- Problems with memory or concentration
- Mood swings
- Balance problems
Brain injuries are usually designated as mild, moderate or severe. Severe TBIs are generally easier to prove, but proving the existence of mild or moderate brain injuries is difficult; however, mild and moderate brain injuries, like their severe counterpart, can affect your life for years to come and deserve compensation.
A History Of Client Successes Nationwide
We are a boutique law firm that focuses on catastrophic motor vehicle accident cases around the country. Through our dedicated advocacy and history of success, we have built a reputation as a trial law firm that is ready to fight vigorously for its injured clients.
While we have a breadth and depth of experience involving motor vehicle accidents of all types, we are not a firm that handles a large volume of cases. Instead, we prefer to work diligently on only a few cases at a time, to best represent our clients’ interests and to maximize their compensation. This approach is not just our path to successfully obtaining six-, seven- and eight-figure settlements throughout the country; it is also the right thing to do for our clients. And because of our dedication to maximizing compensation, insurers know that they must treat our clients fairly or risk facing us at trial.
Call For A Free Consultation
There is a lot of uncertainty in the wake of a catastrophic injury. Your lawyer should not be one of those uncertainties. See the Holmes & Wiseley, P.C., difference by scheduling a free consultation to learn about our firm and how we can help. Call our office in Grand Rapids, Michigan, at 616-426-9754 or email us today. We accept cases throughout Michigan and nationwide.