A workplace accident can result in neurological injuries or traumatic brain injuries that leave victims with permanent, irreversible damage that hinders their ability to function normally. These injuries often leave people desperate, depressed and wondering how to get their lives back on track. Please reach out to our Philadelphia brain injury lawyers for a free case review.
The Philadelphia brain injury lawyers at Borjeson Legal Group have significant experience dealing with neurological, nerve and brain injuries. We understand how difficult these cases can be to pursue, particularly when the injury may seem minor to your employer.
Our Philadelphia brain injury lawyers put our knowledge and more than 25 years of experience to work to obtain the best results possible for our injured clients and their families.
Our Philadelphia brain injury lawyers are here to help you if you or a loved one suffers from:
Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
Retrograde or anterograde amnesia
Focal brain injury
Diffuse axonal brain injury
Positive EMG results
Nerve damage and paralysis
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can result in permanent impairment, paralysis, weakness and abnormalities such as loss of touch and sensation, intellectual capacity, and/or coordination. A TBI victim or neurological injury victim may never return to full mental health, but you may be entitled to compensation for this catastrophic event. Connect with our Philadelphia brain injury lawyers ASAP about your case.
Dealing with a head, nerve or brain injury from an on-the-job accident may seem overwhelming. You and your family can count on our Philadelphia brain injury lawyers at Borjeson Legal Group to handle your claim and provide you peace of mind. We offer a no-risk, free consultation. You may contact us online or call us. We can help.
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