Negligence Claims For Head And Neck Injuries

Feb 5th, 2016 | Firm News

Head and neck injuries can result in extreme pain, loss of mobility, paralysis, memory loss, cognitive problems and more. In some cases, these issues can last for the rest of the victim’s life, preventing him or her from holding down a job, causing massive medical bills, and — in extreme cases — creating circumstances where victims need in-home aids to help them carry out their daily life tasks.

At Lynch, Traub, Keefe & Errante, we help Connecticut residents who have suffered head and neck injuries seek financial damage for their injuries from liable parties. During our New Haven personal injury firm’s more than 60-year practice history, we have seen too many heartbreaking circumstances to name, in which individuals were hurt by another party’s negligence. Perhaps the most difficult part of these cases is the knowledge that they could have been avoided had the at-fault party been more careful.

What Legal Options Does an Injury Victim Have?

Fortunately, the law provides recourse for the victims of negligence, so they can seek financial claims against the parties responsible for their injuries. Compensation pursuable in such claims includes: costs associated with medical care, income lost due to time unable to work, compensation for pain and suffering, and in some cases, attorneys’ fees, litigation costs and more.

Our firm represents all manner of plaintiffs in New Haven neck and head injury cases. Some of the common accident claims we see relate to car and truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, commercial bus accidents, pedestrian accidents, recreational vehicle accidents and cycling accidents.

If you or your loved one suffered a head or neck injury, Lynch, Traub, Keefe & Errante, is available to evaluate your potential negligence claim. If we see a viable avenue for financial recovery in your case, we can represent you in your claims.