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Clarksville Brain Injury Lawyers

If you or someone you love suffered a brain injury caused by another party in Clarksville, you could be eligible to recover substantial compensation for medical expenses, time away from work, pain and suffering, and other damages. Our team of Clarksville brain injury lawyers is ready to hold accountable the person or party responsible for your injury and help you collect the compensation you deserve.

According to the Tennessee Department of Health, about six of every 1,000 Montgomery County residents went to the ER for a brain injury in 2013. Between 2009 and 2013, a total of 136 people in the county died from traumatic brain injuries, nearly two-thirds of them due to firearms. No matter how your injury occurredIf you’ve suffered from a traumatic brain injury, our attorneys want to help you recover compensation.

Call 800-800-4600 today to schedule a free case evaluation with a member of the Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers team.

At Hughes & Coleman® Injury Lawyers, Our Team Fights for Clarksville Brain Injury Victims

At Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers, our firm focuses on fighting for the rights of traumatic brain injury sufferers and their families in Clarksville. Working out of our downtown office, we conduct case evaluations, investigate injuries, gather evidence, and assemble compelling cases that hold the responsible parties accountable for our clients’ injuries. Our job is to make sure you recover the fair compensation you deserve.

Our process is straightforward. Our clients receive an initial case evaluation that is free and comes with no obligation.

If you decide to move forward and enlist our services, we get to work right away, first identifying the responsible parties, then gathering the evidence we need to build a case against them. After that, we pursue tough negotiations for the fair compensation you deserve and, if necessary, file a lawsuit and take your case to a jury trial.

Evaluating Your Case

The purpose of the free initial case evaluation is twofold. For us, it provides a chance to review your injury and determine if and how we can help you. For you, it offers the ability to speak with a member of our team and make sure our firm is the best fit for your needs. We will attempt to assuage your concerns and evaluate the validity of your case with you.

Identifying the Responsible Parties

Before we can start collecting evidence and building our case, we must know exactly who we are looking to prove was responsible. In some cases, the answer is straightforward, such as when a doctor makes a medical error that leads to your injury. Other times, such as when a client suffers a brain injury at work, we must do more digging to determine precisely where the fault lies.

Collecting Evidence

With the responsible party or parties identified, we can begin gathering the evidence we need to show how they were liable and, thus, what they should pay you in compensation for your damages. The evidence necessary differs in each case; however, it often includes the following:

  • Police reports;
  • Photographs;
  • Video surveillance;
  • Medical records;
  • Witness statements;
  • Testimony from accident reconstruction experts;
  • The responsible party’s comments or admissions.

Negotiating for a Settlement

Once we have gathered the evidence we need and have assembled it into a compelling case, we can approach the responsible party or their insurer and demand compensation. Most personal injury settlements involve going through an insurance company. The Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers team has a strong track record of recovering fair settlements from insurers, and we will put every resource we have to work for you.

If the responsible party or the insurance company will not agree to a fair settlement, we are not afraid to file a lawsuit and take your case in front of a jury, where we have also had substantial success. We can do whatever it takes to help you recover the fair compensation you deserve.

Hughes & Coleman® Injury Lawyers Is Here for You No Matter How Your Brain Injury Occurred

Brain injuries have a few common causes. But no matter how yours occurred, whether it was an accident, an act of violence, or a fluke, we can help you identify who was responsible and recover damages from them.

Here are two typical brain injury scenarios from past clients:

Falls

Falls account for nearly half of all hospitalizations and 20 percent of all deaths from brain injuries in Montgomery County. If your fall happened on someone else’s property, the owner or manager may bear liability. If so, we can seek compensation from them in a premises liability claim.

Motor Vehicle Accidents

More than 25 percent of brain injury hospitalizations and 10 percent of deaths in Montgomery County result from motor vehicle accidents. Under Tennessee’s comparative negligence rule, you can pursue car accident damages from the other driver even if you were partly at fault. We will help you collect fair compensation.

While the two situations mentioned above make up a large portion of brain injuries in Montgomery County, we can still help you if you were hurt in some other way. The process is the same: evaluating your case, identifying the responsible parties, gathering evidence, and pursuing them for damages. For answers to any questions about the process or to schedule your free case evaluation today, call us at 800-800-4600.

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To Speak with a Member of the Hughes & Coleman® Team, Call Us Today at 800-800-4600

The Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers team helps brain injury victims in Clarksville recover the compensation they deserve so they can rebuild their lives.

Our track record is strong, and we want to put it to work for you. Remember, the initial case evaluation is free with no risk or obligation, and we work on a contingency fee basis, meaning we do not receive payment unless we recover compensation for you. To schedule your free consultation, call us at 800-800-4600.

 

 

 

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