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Virginia attorneys advocate for brain injury victims

When a Virginia resident suffers a brain injury, it can result in a scary and uncertain time for both the victim and his or her family. Whether the injury is a traumatic brain injury or an acquired brain injury, which we discussed in a previous post, any type of trauma that affects the brain can lead to serious and life-altering consequences.

A brain injury may affect a person in a number of different ways. A person may suffer from seizures or be in a coma after suffering brain damage. Others may suffer less obvious, but still damaging, effects after a head injury, including the loss of cognitive abilities or memory skills, or a subtle shift in personality, as well as other emotional issues. Some severe brain injuries may ultimately lead to death.

When a brain injury is caused by the negligence of another party, it is important that the victim have the advocacy of an experienced legal team on their side. The attorneys of Surovell Isaacs Petersen & Levy PLC can help Virginia families facing this difficult situation.

The firm's attorneys recognize that a victim's symptoms may evolve over time. We seek to obtain compensation for victims that can not only help pay for their current needs, but also compensate them for past and future pain and suffering and loss of earning capacity. Our attorneys understand that an injury may affect a victim's life for years to come.

Surovell Isaacs Petersen & Levy PLC can provide its clients with representation that will help them in the long run by protecting clients' rights and seeking optimal compensation. For additional information about how the firm can help Virginians following a brain injury, please visit our website.

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