$525,000 Recovery for Motorist who Showed Subtle Signs of Brain Damage: "Our client could not return to his job because he mentally lost the ability to cope. It was as if he was suffering dementia or a psychiatric disorder.”— Neil Chapman
How to present a mild
brain injury case to
Chapman Injury Lawyers $525,000 Recovery for Motorist who
Showed Subtle Signs of Brain Damage Our client could not return
to his job because he mentally lost the ability to cope.
The plaintiff suffered some
bleeding in his brain and spent
3 weeks at the St.
Vincent Medical Center.
"Relatively 'mild' Traumatic Brain
Injuries can be deceptive,"
according to Neil Chapman, lead
lawyer on the case.
"Many times our clients may look perfectly normal.
They suffer a collection of chronic
symptoms that are relatively
subtle and not immediately
associated with traumatic brain
In this case, our client could not return to his job because he
mentally lost the ability to cope.
" While medical science has come a long
way with treating mild to moderate
traumatic brain injury , it can be
challenging to obtain the cutting-edge
treatment to maximize a brain-injured
We have a long way to go in the area of treatments for
Traumatic Brain Injuries," according to Chapman.
Chapman continued, "Another thing we
emphasized in our settlement negotiations
was the likelihood that our brain-injured
client faced a substantial risk of early-onset
Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's Disease,
or other affective disorders.
O'Bryan's examination and written
report helped us tell our client's story
and persuade the insurance company
that our client's quality of life was
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