Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) present certain unique complications when they impact children that are not present when an adult suffers a brain injury. In many instances, impairments and symptoms may continue to develop gradually as your child enters adolescence and begins to use the damaged portion of their brain more. These developmental and behavioral issues often continue well into adulthood.
Therefore, injuries that initially do not seem very serious may become devastating as your child continues to grow and develop. This can make calculating damages in your child’s TBI case very complicated.
In order to accurately assess the potential long-term impact of your child’s brain injury, Marc Albert will work with a team of neurologists and TBI specialists. Their expert evaluation and testimony will help clearly demonstrate the extent to which a serious brain injury can diminish the quality of your child’s life.
Mr. Albert will use this information to arrive at an estimate of the total costs required to provide your child with the necessary care over the course of his or her life. He will fight aggressively to recover compensation for the following damages:
- Medical expenses
- Attendant care
- Home health care
- Physical therapy
- Future occupational therapy
- Speech therapy
- Family psychological support
Throughout his career, Mr. Albert has handled numerous traumatic brain injury cases. He has more than 15 years of litigation experience and is prepared to fight for your child’s rights in court if a settlement cannot provide you with the compensation you deserve. Mr. Albert has developed a strong track record of success, including numerous multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements. This experience will provide you with the edge you need when seeking to maximize the value of your child’s compensation.
Please contact the Law Offices of Marc S. Albert today to schedule your free brain injury consultation. Mr. Albert serves clients throughout the New York City metropolitan area from his offices in Queens, Brooklyn, and Long Island.