Perhaps the most terrifying and consequential injuries are those occurring to the brain. Our lawyers are experienced in handling cases that involve brain injuries. Hypoxic injury, which is injury resulting to the brain from lack of oxygen, can result from a complications at birth, anesthesia complications, low blood pressure, and aneurysms.
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In order to be successful in handling cases involving brain injuries resulting from medical negligence, the lawyers you hire must be competent, experienced, and fully aware of the medicine involved in proving what happened in a particular case. We utilize the team approach in handling your case, employing experienced medical personnel to understand and develop the cases that we handle.
What to look for:
- Memory loss
- Loss of motor function
- Erratic behavior
Timing is critical when dealing with oxygen deficiency to the brain. If you have known of a health care professional who delayed a diagnosis or was not timely with care for a patient or infant, please contact our Virginia (VA) brain injury law firm.
The effect of brain injuries are far reaching and often can be permanent. You need an advocate to fight for your rights.