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The family of the victim also struggles in frustration to bear the changes they see in their loved one. They have to watch these changes with no real ability to fix their loved one and with the fond recollection of the kindness, warmth, compassion, skill, intelligence, ability, and love that their loved one possessed before the injury.
These are extremely difficult aspects of TBIs. To properly and effectively explain them to a jury or judge requires delicate skill, compassion, and understanding. However, explaining these effects of the injury are crucial in order for a trier of fact to be able to award a just amount to the injured plaintiff and her family members.
The brain injury attorneys at Easton & Easton, LLP are experienced at proving these delicate issues to the court. We understand how to explain, demonstrate, and show the impact of these changes to a judge or jury through effective witness testimony, “Day in the Life” videos, and oral argument, so that they can fully comprehend and appreciate the plight of both the victim and his family members. Our years of experience also allow us to seamlessly assess and coordinate medical care to make certain the full extent of our clients’ injuries are identified, treated, and provable.
We understand the tricks, stratagems, and defenses the insurance companies and their attorneys use to defeat or minimize a claim, and at Easton & Easton, LLP we utilize our experience, skill, and dedication to make certain our clients do not fall victim to the insurance companies’ tricks and stratagems.
Please call our Orange County brain injury lawyers at 800-461-8259 for a free initial consultation. If we do not take your case, there is no charge.