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Saturday, July 10, 2010

Traumatic Brain Injury in Chicago, Illinois

Every fifteen seconds, somewhere in the United States, someone suffers a traumatic brain injury. Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are the leading cause of death in Americans under forty-five years of age. Motor vehicle accidents, falls, recreational and sports related injuries and violent assaults are responsible for over five million incidents of traumatic brain injuries annually.

A catastrophic injury such as an injury to the brain has an overwhelming impact on the victim and the victim’s family and loved ones for months and years to come, so it is vitally important to have a long range plan and goals in mind when considering what financial compensation is required to cover medical and personal care expenses for the present and the future.

The experienced traumatic brain injury attorneys at The Cochran Firm have the knowledge acquired through litigating many cases involving catastrophic injuries to know what is needed to sustain a good quality of life and will fight for your legal right to get you the financial compensation you need and deserve.

If you live in the Chicago, Illinois area and you or someone you care about has suffered a catastrophic traumatic brain injury, please contact the experienced traumatic brain injury attorneys at The Cochran Firm today so we can begin evaluating your case and get you the financial compensation you need to sustain a comfortable quality of life without further delay.


posted by Benjamin A. Irwin at 11:02 AM

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