Causes Of Brain Injury In San Mateo
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While thousands of people suffer traumatic brain injuries each year in California, the causes of those injuries can range widely. Motor vehicle accidents, slip, and fall cases, and violence are some of the most common causes but a construction site accident, a bicycle accident or an accident involving a defective product could also account for one of these serious injuries.
Whatever the cause, a traumatic brain injury has the potential to cause significant short-term and long-term damage to the victim. At the San Mateo law firm of Galine, Frye, Fitting & Frangos
, our attorneys represent the victims of brain injuries and their families in personal injury representation. If you have been involved in an accident involving brain trauma, talk with us about your situation and your options for recovery.
San Mateo Brain Injury Attorneys
Some of the most frequent causes of brain injuries include open and closed head injuries, as well as chemical and toxic exposure. In an open head injury, there is an actual penetration of the skull, although closed head injuries can have effects that are just as serious. When chemical exposure occurs, the harmful chemicals can damage neurons and cause metabolic disorders.
After a car accident
or an accident involving negligence that leaves you or someone you love with a serious brain injury, it is in your best interest to speak with one of our lawyers about pursuing maximum compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. With more than 75 years of combined experience, we have the legal knowledge to effectively handle your claim.
Contact Our Firm To Learn More Information
If you would like to learn more about the causes of brain injuries, we can provide the helpful answers that you need. Contact the law firm of Galine, Frye, Fitting & Frangos to speak with one of our personal injury lawyers and to schedule a free case evaluation. Call our San Mateo office at (650) 345-8484
to make an appointment in the San Francisco Bay Area.