Loxahatchee Brain Injury Lawyers

It probably comes as no surprise that brain injuries are among the most devastating kinds of accident injuries. After all, as part of the central nervous system, the brain plays a vital role in carrying out virtually every bodily function.

As a result, a serious blow to the head can cause permanent damage that affects everything from your cognitive processing to your physical abilities. And depending on the severity of the injury, making a full recovery may be impossible.

The thought of suffering life-altering consequences because of someone else's negligence is incredibly frustrating, but you are not powerless in such a scenario. If you sustained a brain injury in a preventable accident, you have the right to pursue compensation from all liable parties.

To determine the most strategic way to proceed, contact Donaldson & Weston. We have assisted hundreds of clients in personal injury and wrongful death claims. Call 561-299-3999 to schedule a free case evaluation with one of the leading brain injury lawyers in Loxahatchee.

What Should I Bring to My Initial Consultation?

Your brain injury lawyer will handle the logistics of your case from day one, but preparing for the initial consultation will help your claim get off to a strong start. You can ensure this meeting is as productive as possible by bringing certain documents with you.

If we have what we need to evaluate the circumstances of your case, we can answer all your questions during the consultation and then advise you on the best way to proceed before you leave our office. Here are the kinds of documents that will allow us to do just that:

  • Hospital bills;

  • Pharmacy receipts;

  • Medical records;

  • Diagnostic images;

  • Photographs of any visible wounds;

  • Paystubs, income statements, and recent tax returns;

  • Police reports;

  • Correspondence with the opposing party or insurance adjuster;

  • The names and contact information of any eyewitnesses;

  • Statements from your doctor explaining your prognosis; and

  • Journal entries detailing the ways in which any injuries are affecting your everyday life.

It's okay if you cannot gather all of the above prior to your first meeting at our firm. Since time is of the essence in brain injury claims, we would much rather meet with you as soon as possible than wait until you have compiled critical documents to evaluate your case. If you can only bring in a few of the documents listed above, we will simply use the resources at our disposal to gather the rest of the information we need to commence the claims process.