Traumatic Brain Injury · Head and Facial Trauma
The full impact of an accident is not always revealed immediately. This is especially true for brain injury. Concussions and other brain injuries may not be diagnosed for days, weeks or months. Trying to do too much too soon, such as returning to work, can cause further harm.
Has your family member been diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury after an accident? Do you suspect a loved one has brain damage from a recent head trauma? Corless Barfield Trial Group provides advocacy and support to brain injury victims in the Tampa, Florida, area. Our attorney works aggressively to establish fault and works closely with the family to detail the personal and financial impact of the accident to maximize damages.
Sophisticated representation for a complex injury
Please contact us today for a free consultation. We handle traumatic brain injury cases in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco and surrounding counties of Florida.
Proven Legal Advocacy by Hillsborough Head Injury Lawyers
Trial attorney Ted A. Corless has handled cases involving brain injury and closed head injuries, as well as skull fractures, facial injuries, cervical injuries and other head trauma. He has recovered damages on behalf of victims of slip-and-falls or assaults, motor vehicle accidents, boating accidents, gas explosions and other traumatic events.
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) can result from the skull striking a hard surface or even from the violent whiplash action in a car accident. Brain injury can also occur from oxygen deprivation, as in a near drowning, or from chemical exposure. The brain is a complex organ and every person is affected differently. Ted Corless works with clients and family members to understand the symptoms and how the brain injury has affected them:
- Memory loss or confusion
- Dizziness or vertigo
- Inability to concentrate or slow reactions
- Speech problems or inability to process language
- Paralysis or impaired motor function
- Mood swings, outbursts or personality change
- Profound cognitive deficits
Corless Barfield Trial Group can converse with neurologists, neuropsychologists and other brain injury specialists to illustrate the extent of TBI and the corresponding compensation: medical care, nursing home care or health aides, occupational and physical therapy, vocational retraining, lost earning capacity, pain and suffering, and lost quality of life. We have the experience and the resources to maximize compensation for catastrophic injuries through settlement negotiation or at trial. Our goal is to ensure that the TBI victim's needs are met for years to come.
Contact the Tampa brain injury lawyers of Corless Barfield Trial Group by calling 813-498-1623 or 877-517-5595. We handle personal injury cases on a contingency basis; there are no attorney fees unless we recover compensation.