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Have you sustained a traumatic brain injury in Miami? A Miami traumatic brain injury lawyer may be able to help you pursue compensation for:

  • Lost wages and diminished earning capacity
  • All TBI-related medical bills
  • Ongoing physical, occupational, and speech therapy
  • Loss of consortium
  • Pain and suffering, and emotional distress

Our law firm has 100 years of combined experience helping individuals impacted by these complex and serious injuries. We can help you file a personal injury lawsuit and pursue justice. Contact us today to discuss your case.


Traumatic brain injuries are caused by either a closed brain injury or a penetrating brain injury. 

  • In a closed brain injury, there is no break in the skull. Closed TBIs can be the result of a bump or blow to the head, or a jolt caused by an explosion.
  • A penetrating brain injury occurs when there is a break in the skull. This is often due to a gunshot or stab wound.

All traumatic brain injuries are then diagnosed as either mild, moderate, or severe. When doctors diagnose a TBI, they consider:

  • The individual's symptoms and severity of those symptoms
  • The results of diagnostic tests such as MRIs and CT scans
  • If the person lost consciousness after their injury, and for how long 
  • If the person is in a coma or vegetative state

These diagnostic terms can be deceiving, because for many people, there is nothing "mild" about living with a traumatic brain injury. Even a mild TBI or concussion can cause memory problems and decreased executive functioning. These impairments can make it difficult to hold a job or manage a household.

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Who is legally responsible for a TBI depends on the nature of the accident. The responsible party could be:

  • An intoxicated or distracted driver
  • A sports organization that did not supply appropriate safety equipment
  • A property owner who did not keep their storefront safe and clutter-free

Some situations are complex, and there may be more than one responsible party. During your free case evaluation, we'll learn about the specifics of your accident.


According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the three most common causes of TBIs are:

Other causes of TBI accidents include:

  • Sports injuries
  • Gunshot or stab wounds
  • Diving accidents

A traumatic brain injury can occur anytime there is a blow, jolt, bump, or penetrating injury to the head.


Traumatic brain injuries are unlike other types of personal injury cases. A TBI often has lifelong consequences for both the injured person and their family. That can mean a permanent loss of income, ongoing medical appointments, and the need for in-home care. 

There is a lot at stake in these cases, both emotionally and financially. Our Miami traumatic brain injury lawyers are experienced with TBI cases and are now ready to help you. 

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Can I sue for TBI?

Yes, you may be able to file a lawsuit if another party was negligent and thus legally responsible for your traumatic brain injury. The responsible party could be an individual, a business, an organization, or another type of entity. 

In order to be successful, a Miami traumatic brain injury lawsuit must prove four things:

1. The negligent party owed you a duty of care.
2. The negligent party failed to uphold that duty. 
3. That failure caused your TBI. 
4. You sustained damages as a result of your TBI.

But what do these four requirements look like in real life? Let's use a car accident as an example.

1. All drivers have a duty to operate their vehicles in a safe manner. 
2. In the case of a car accident, a driver may have been speeding or driving while intoxicated.
3. Your TBI was a direct result of the car accident and not another incident.
4. Your damages include medical bills and pain and suffering.

You should be aware that there is a time limit to file a Miami traumatic brain injury lawsuit. This is called a "statute of limitations." Once this time has passed, the court may reject your claim. Don't wait to reach out to our personal injury attorneys.

Can someone fully recover from a traumatic brain injury?

Every traumatic brain injury is unique. Some people do fully recover, while others will have lifelong impairments. Immediately after a TBI, it can be difficult to predict what someone's recovery will look like.

Individuals with a moderate or severe TBI may have many years of recovery. They can have long-term difficulties with:

• Thinking, learning, and memory
• Motor skills
• Hearing and vision
• Emotions, moods, and behavior

According to the CDC, five years after a moderate or severe TBI:

• Just over half of individuals are considered moderately or severely disabled
• And just over half who were employed at the time of their TBI do not have a job
• Half will return to a hospital at least once
• One-third will rely on others for help with everyday activities

Life after a TBI can be expensive. That's why it's so important to pursue maximum compensation for your or your loved one's injuries.

Is it worth getting a lawyer for a brain injury?

There are several benefits to hiring a Miami traumatic brain injury lawyer to advocate for you.
  • We handle all of the insurance company negotiations. That frees you up to focus on your or your loved one's recovery.
  • As experienced Miami brain injury attorneys, we know how to fairly evaluate your claim. We look at what your medical bills and needs are today, tomorrow, and years down the road. We fight for maximum compensation. 
On the other hand, the insurance company has one thing in mind: their profits. And insurance companies don't like open claims. If you don't have an attorney, they will push you to settle quickly, often for just a fraction of what you truly deserve. Don't let this happen to you.

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