Few medical issues are more life changing than a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Both open and closed head injuries can inflict severe and permanent damage.
These injuries can rob you and your family of the future you once envisioned. They may claim your loved one’s personality, mobility, cognitive function and independence. Depending on the severity of the injury, the victim may require intensive, lifelong care.
At Hatfield Law Office in Evansville, Indiana, we understand the countless fears and uncertainties you are facing in the wake of a loved one’s brain injury. You can count on our legal team for caring and compassionate legal representation. Give us a call today to arrange a free case review about your particular situation.
You Have Options
Brain injuries are all the more tragic when they are preventable. Sadly, the negligence of others is often a contributing factor. In these situations, it’s important to explore your legal rights.
You can’t undo the past, but you can make the road ahead smoother by getting the answers, compensation and justice you deserve.
Extensive Experience Handling These Often Challenging Cases
In any personal injury case, it can be difficult to prove the extent of the injuries and their monetary impact on all aspects of your life. We know how to put these pieces together in concrete terms. We will invest the legwork upfront to create a compelling case with a strong foundation of evidence.
You can rest assured that your case is in experienced hands. For more than 35 years, lawyer David G. Hatfield has helped injury victims across the tri-state area get full financial recovery. He is familiar with the unique challenges involved in brain injury cases. A well-respected trial attorney, Mr. Hatfield is an effective advocate to have on your side, whether or not your case ends up going to court.
Get The Help You Need — No Recovery, No Fee
Legal help is just a click or phone call away. Request your free initial consultation by calling 812-422-0222. We work with clients across Vanderburgh County and beyond.