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Murfreesboro Brain Injury Lawyers

If you or someone you love suffered a brain or head injury, our Murfreesboro brain injury lawyers can help you recover compensation from the responsible party. You could have grounds to collect substantial damages to cover your medical expenses, time away from work, and a host of other costs. The Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers team fights for the rights of our injured clients.

We offer a free initial case evaluation. A member of our staff will review your situation and determine how we can help. Once we take your case, we get to work right away, investigating and collecting evidence against the responsible party. And you never owe us a fee until we recover money for you.

To find out more, schedule your free initial consultation today at 800-800-4600.

We Help Clients Recover Money for All Kinds of Brain Injuries in Murfreesboro

Rutherford County ranks among the top five Tennessee counties for highest brain injury morbidity, according to the Tennessee Department of Health. During the year 2013, about 13 of every 1,000 residents of the county received treatment at an ER for some type of brain injury. And the traumatic brain injury (TBI) morbidity rate in Rutherford County has risen substantially in recent years.

Here are some of the most common types of brain injuries in Murfreesboro:

Falls

Between 2009 and 2013, falls accounted for 43 percent of all TBI-related ER visits and 56 percent of hospitalizations in Rutherford County. If you fell on someone else’s property, the owner or manager might be responsible for your injuries. Tennessee’s premises liability laws set stringent standards for property owners when it comes to protecting the safety of their guests.

We will gather evidence from the scene of your fall, collect statements from those who saw what happened and bring in expert witnesses to testify on your behalf.

Motor Vehicle Accidents

Motor vehicle accidents make up another major source of TBI-related injuries and deaths in Rutherford County. In 2013, nearly one in four people who visited hospitals or ERs for brain injuries in the county were in auto accidents.

We handle car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, and bicycle accidents. No matter the circumstances of yours, our job is the same. We investigate, determine who the responsible party is, and gather and assemble compelling evidence showing their liability.

Sports and Recreation

Many brain injuries occur when the victim is engaged in a sport or recreational activity. In these situations, someone else is often responsible. Even if you signed a waiver, it does not automatically absolve the other party of liability. A Murfreesboro brain injury lawyer will investigate and let you know if you have a case.

Count on Our Team of Attorneys to Fight for Your Rights and Compensation

The Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers team serves Murfreesboro, helping injured victims recover the money they deserve. We understand the stress you are facing in the wake of your injury. Financial and legal worries can compound the physical pain you are suffering. We want to take the stress off your shoulders.

It starts with a free, no-risk case evaluation. We take a unique approach to each case based on the needs of the client and the specifics of the injury. The initial case review lets us get to know you as well as learn the unique aspects of your case.

Once you decide to work with us, our team can:

Investigate Your Injury

We start by conducting a thorough investigation. This lets us accomplish a few things. One, it tells us who the responsible parties are. Knowing this, we can approach the next phase of our investigation, which is collecting evidence. We use this evidence to make it clear that the responsible party’s actions caused your brain injury.

Here are just a few of the types of evidence we might use to build our case on your behalf:

  • Police reports
  • Eyewitness statements
  • Medical records
  • The responsible party’s own statements
  • Expert witness testimony
  • Accident reconstruction results
  • Photos and videos of your injury or the injury scene

Pursue a Settlement

Armed with evidence, we can approach the responsible party and demand compensation. This process often requires us to go through an insurance company. While insurers can be tough negotiators, our attorneys are not afraid to stand up for your right to compensation. We are familiar with and can anticipate all the tactics the insurer will use to try to pay you less. We know how to counter these tactics and help you recover a fair settlement.

If Necessary, File a Lawsuit and Go to Court

Sometimes, even in the face of overwhelming evidence, the responsible party — or their insurer — refuses to acknowledge liability and pay what they should. In these situations, we do not hesitate to file a lawsuit. We will take your case to a jury trial, where we will fight for a favorable decision.

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The Hughes & Coleman® Injury Lawyers Team Fights for Full Damages

Every brain injury is different. That is why we investigate every case we handle thoroughly, allowing us to determine the extent of the damages you have incurred. Once we’ve assessed your full range of damages, we can assign a dollar value to your claim. You could be eligible to recover the following damages:

  • Medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Reduced earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional distress
  • Scarring and disfigurement

Call 800-800-4600 Today to Speak with a Member of Our Murfreesboro Brain Injury Team

The Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers team is ready to start working for you today. Proudly serving clients all over Murfreesboro, we take on the responsible party and hold them accountable. Our initial consultation is always free, with no risk or obligation. We never collect a fee until we recover money for you. Call 800-800-4600 today to schedule your appointment at our office on Memorial Blvd.

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