If your child has suffered a TBI, please act quickly to explore your legal options with the assistance of an experienced traumatic brain injury lawyer Memphis, TN parents trust. In the wake of head trauma, all of your attention is likely focused on taking care of your child. Unfortunately, if you don’t explore your legal options with relative haste, critical evidence that may make or break your case could become compromised over time. Additionally, the law only allows accident victims and their families so long to file legal action before they’re barred from doing so by statutes of limitation. The experienced Tennessee legal team at Patterson Bray is proud to represent the interests of minors who have suffered TBI and the interests of the families who love and support these babies, kids, and teenagers. Please consider scheduling a no-cost, risk-free, confidential consultation with a Memphis personal injury lawyer on our team to explore your options today. If you should decide to pursue legal action against those responsible for your child’s suffering, we’ll handle the legal “heavy lifting” on behalf of your family so that you can return your focus full-time to your child and their evolving needs.
Are Legal Options Available When a Child Suffers a TBI?
Children are afforded the same kinds of protection under the law that adults are in the event that someone who owes them a “legal duty of care” under the law breaches that duty and harm directly results from that breach. This is a legally dense way of saying that if your child’s TBI was caused by someone else’s negligent, reckless, or intentionally dangerous behavior, you likely have strong grounds to file a personal injury action against those responsible for the harm your child has experienced. There are some exceptions to this general rule. For example, some properly executed liability waivers may bar certain kinds of recovery under the law. However, for the most part, if your child has suffered a significant injury and that injury was caused by another person, a city responsible for maintaining playground equipment, the manufacturer of a product marketed to children, etc. chances are high that you will be able to hold those responsible accountable for your child’s suffering through the personal injury process.
Legal Assistance Is Available
If your child has suffered head trauma and it’s possible, probable, or certain that someone else is (at minimum) partially responsible for the harm that your child has experienced, please call our firm today to explore your legal options. Every family of a TBI accident victim deserves to ask questions and have their case evaluated for free, regardless of their economic situation, immigration status, or other challenges that may otherwise limit access to professional assistance. Don’t wait – call our law firm of Patterson Bray in Memphis, TN traumatic brain injury lawyer team today to schedule your free, confidential, and risk-free consultation; we look forward to speaking with you.