Fighting For What You Need After TBI

When most people think of brain injuries, they think of the most serious situations. What many fail to recognize, is that traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can happen in almost any type of situation. You may have been involved in a serious car accident or had a serious fall where you struck your head.

However, a TBI can also be caused by more minor accidents. You do not have to hit your head to have a TBI. You may not have even lost consciousness and you can still suffer a wide range of symptoms that leave you less able to function. In some situations, these injuries may not even show up during neurological testing.

Building Strong Cases That Show How TBI Changes Peoples' Lives

We are highly skilled at pulling together evidence that can clearly illustrate to a jury how your TBI is affecting you and those who love you. We can show how it has impacted your ability to work, to enjoy life and to be an active and responsible member of your family.

Even if all you have are suspicions that you or a loved one may have suffered a TBI, you should discuss the situation with your physician or an attorney who focuses on helping people through these types of issues.

Multimillion-Dollar Verdicts And Settlements

At William Ricigliano, P.C., we are here to offer people the full support they need as they work to secure compensation for TBIs. These cases can create serious and irreparable changes in people's lives and family dynamics. We take everything into account when we craft your case. Our more than 50 years of combined trial experience gives us an edge that has resulted in our obtaining numerous multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements for people who were suffering like you.

Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyers Serving Manhattan, The Bronx And Throughout New York And New Jersey

Do not face the challenges of living with a TBI without a strong advocate, turn to William Ricigliano, P.C. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 646-741-3886 or contact us online.

We take cases on a contingent-fee basis. That means we only collect attorney's fees if we obtain compensation for you.