A brain injury is often the worst type of injury a person can experience because the brain controls all the functions of the body. The injuries and damages resulting from brain injuries are complex, and insurance companies often deny brain injury claims and dispute them with full vigor in court. If you have suffered from a brain injury, you need an experienced San Diego brain injury lawyer to receive fair compensation.
Insurance companies are incentivized to discount and minimize the effects of your injuries, regardless of the devastating effects a brain injury can have on your life. From our experience, you won’t receive a fair settlement unless you are represented by a qualified San Diego brain injury lawyer. Contact an experienced San Diego brain injury attorney like James Iagmin before you contact an insurance company. Do not delay, as you may lose valuable legal rights by doing so.
Brain injury claims require intricate knowledge of the medical and legal issues involved. Brain injury claims also require the experience and resources to take the case to trial if you are not offered a fair settlement. James has the knowledge, experience and resources necessary to take the highest-stakes brain injury claims to trial and secure the best possible results. Over the years, Mr. Iagmin demonstrated consistent success winning brain injury claims. Here are a few of his brain injury claim case results:
SLIP AND FALL – A gentleman slipped on a wet floor and suffered a brain injury. He was unable to return to work. JURY VERDICT – $7,500,000
AUTO V. PEDESTRIAN – A boy suffered a serious brain injury when he was hit by a truck as he ran across a busy street. He needs careful supervision. SETTLEMENT – $4,500,000
TRUCKING COLLISION – A gentleman suffered a serious brain injury in a collision with a tractor-trailer. He was unable to return to work and needs close supervision. In addition to the settlement, the gentleman kept his rights to lifetime medical care through workers compensation. SETTLEMENT – $2,750,000
James Iagmin has more than 20 years’ experience as a brain injury attorney in San Diego and has built an outstanding reputation among his clients and peers. Read what past clients and fellow lawyers say about James on AVVO.
There are two types of brain injuries: traumatic injuries and acquired brain injuries.
Traumatic Brain Injuries
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines a traumatic brain injury as a disruption in the normal function of the brain that can be caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head, or penetrating head injury. A concussion is a common type of traumatic brain injury. A concussion occurs when the brain bounces against the skull and bleeds due to impact, sudden momentum or movement change. Other types of traumatic brain injury include coup-countrecoup injury (whiplash), second impact syndrome (a second traumatic brain injury occurs before a prior traumatic brain injury healed), penetrating brain injury (bullet, knife or other object enters the brain) and post-concussion syndrome (continued concussion-like symptoms after an initial traumatic brain injury).
Acquired Brain Injuries
An acquired brain injury is a non-traumatic brain injury which occurred after birth. Common types of brain injury include stroke, near-drowning (such as a swimming pool or boating accident), asphyxiation (choking), exposure to toxins (such as at the workplace or in a confined space), tumors and other diseases, and electrical shock.
Brain injuries are serious as they directly affect the central nervous system, which controls the functions of the entire body. There are many ways brain injuries can occur.
The symptoms and effects of brain injuries include headaches, dizziness, fainting, vomiting, sensitivity to light, depression, anxiety, irritability, difficulty focusing, lost motor skills, lost memory, difficulty finding words, too much or too little sleep, and loss of appetite. If you were involved in an accident and experience any of these symptoms, contact a medical professional immediately and seek treatment. Save all records of the accident and the treatment you receive to protect your legal rights.
Traumatic brain injuries can occur without you knowing. There is often a delayed onset for brain injuries and the effects of the injury may not be fully realized until years after the injury occurred.
Individuals who have suffered from a brain injury are more likely to sustain another one than someone who has never suffered one.
Brain injuries are life changing. They often require extensive medical care, as well as vocational rehabilitation and physical therapy.
Attorney James Iagmin has decades of experience handling brain injury claims, and has the expertise and resources necessary to achieve the best possible outcome. The legal process can be complicated and stressful. We recommend hiring an expert attorney who is uniquely aware of the challenges you face at trial. James has more than 20 years of experience handling brain injury claims and is widely recognized by his clients and his peers, not only for being an outstanding attorney, but also for being kind, compassionate, caring and intelligent. Hiring James as your lawyer provides peace of mind knowing that the legal aspects of your brain injury claim are being handled directly by one of the top brain injury lawyers in San Diego, so you can focus on your health.
If you have suffered from a brain injury, you may be able to recover for lost wages, pain and suffering, loss of consortium, medical expenses (past, present and future), loss of enjoyment of life (past, present and future), other non-economic and economic damages.
Complete the form below to schedule a complimentary strategy session of up to 20 minutes with one of the top brain injury lawyers in San Diego to review the legal issues you’re facing and learn strategies which could get you the resolution you want. Contact Williams Iagmin, LLP today if you have suffered from a brain injury. We offer a no-fee guarantee, which means you don’t pay unless we win or settle your case.