Kansas Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys

We are here to support and fight for those who have sustained a traumatic brain injury.

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is caused by a blow, bump, or jolt to the head which leads to a disruption in normal brain function. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), TBIs contribute to an approximated 30 percent of all injury deaths. Furthermore, the CDC states that 153 people die from injuries involving TBIs daily in the United States.  Those who suffer but survive TBIs live with crippling side effects of sustaining such a serious injury.

At Neustrom & Associates, we have served clients and their loved ones who have suffered traumatic brain injuries since 1979. The effects of this type of injury are devastating and can require constant medical care. Our Salina traumatic brain injury attorneys are there for the injured and their families every step of the way.  We fight the legal battles on their behalf so that they can focus on what is most important, working to recover from an overwhelming loss.

Traumatic Brain Injury Causes

Traumatic brain injury cases stem from a variety of different situations that result in an injury causing brain dysfunction. Some of the most common TBI causes include:

While TBIs can vary in severity and effects, some of the resulting symptoms may include:

We have the knowledge and experience with traumatic brain injury cases to provide the most effective legal counsel for you and your loved ones.  Contact our dedicated personal injury attorneys today.

Traumatic brain injuries are serious.  While such an injury may run a range of severity, the effects of a TBI will most certainly change your life and the lives of those who love you.  If you have sustained a traumatic brain injury due to the fault of someone else, you deserve to be compensated for your losses. The experienced Salina personal injury attorneys at Neustrom & Associates have the specialized knowledge needed to see your legal claim through to its successful conclusion.  Contac us today for your free case evaluation.