Brain Injury/Head Trauma

Strong Advocates For Help In Obtaining Workers' Compensation Benefits

Brain injury or head trauma is usually the result of a blow or sudden jolt to the head. These types of injuries can be severe, affecting normal brain function and cognitive abilities. If these types of injuries occurred while on the job, and have prevented you or a loved one from returning to work, it is important to obtain workers' compensation benefits, as well as all necessary medical treatment and rehabilitation.

Trust your claim to the experienced lawyers at Turley Redmond Rosasco & Rosasco, L.L.P. We have been representing injured workers for more than 25 years, and currently serve clients throughout Long Island and New York City from our five locations. In addition to ensuring you receive proper medical diagnosis and treatment, we will advocate on your behalf throughout the workers' compensation claims process, including in hearings and appeals.

Types Of Work-Related Brain Injury

Brain or head injury can occur at work as the result of many circumstances, including falling objects, a fall from a great height, a slip or trip on an unsafe surface or a motor vehicle accident. Types of work-related head or brain injuries include:

  • Concussions — direct blows or violent shaking
  • Contusions — internal bruises caused by direct impact
  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Skull and plate fractures and other open head injuries
  • Blood clots (hematoma)
  • Blood vessel lacerations or tears
  • Nerve damage
  • Brain swelling (edema)

Dedicated To Maximizing Your Recovery Benefits

With decades of related experience, our attorneys can provide the solid representation you need at hearings before the New York Workers' Compensation Board. Our ultimate goal is to maximize your wage loss benefits while you are out of work, as well as your lump-sum settlement if injuries are or become more permanent.

To schedule a free initial consultation, contact us today at 800-671-4927. Or, if you prefer, send us an online message and tell us about your case and we will get back to you.

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