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Economic Losses from Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) affect many aspects of a victim’s life. One of the most prominent impacts is the economic losses an individual or family may suffer as a result of the brain injury’s side effects making it impossible to return to work. If you or a loved one has sustained a TBI, it is important to understand your rights by speaking with a Sacramento brain injury lawyer.

At Kreeger Law Firm in Sacramento, California, we have more than 25 years of experience helping the victims of TBI and other catastrophic injuries secure compensation for economic losses and other damages, such as medical expenses, pain and suffering, and lost wages.

Economic Losses And Brain Injuries

In a personal injury claim, economic losses will generally fall into the following two categories:

  • Past, present and future medical bills
  • Past, present and future lost wages and earning capacity

When victims suffer damage that prevents them from earning a living, they are entitled to compensation for their economic losses in addition to the compensation they receive for pain and suffering and similar distress.

To learn more about your rights to compensation for economic losses after suffering a TBI, contact us today by calling 916-891-1472 to set up a free consultation with a lawyer. Evening and weekend appointments are available, and we make home and hospital visits if necessary.

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In addition to having an attorney capable of demonstrating the need for this compensation, it may also be beneficial to have the assistance of outside experts such as physicians, life care planners, vocational therapists and economists who can demonstrate the full economic needs of a client, as well as the damage the injury has and will continue to cause to his or her economic well-being.