Ann Arbor Brain Injury Attorney

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While all motor vehicle accidents come with their own level of trauma, an accident that results in a traumatic brain injury (TBI) calls for special treatment and understanding. The brain damage in most TBI cases is microscopic, which is why it is sometimes called an “invisible injury.” Over 90 percent of the CT and MRI scans do not show the damage to the brain, which is why this serious injury is often discounted or overlooked by doctors and lawyers.

Most TBI victims look and sound normal. A brief meeting with your attorney might not offer any evidence that there is anything amiss. This is why it’s absolutely necessary to seek out an attorney who understands and is experienced in working with TBI victims. David Christensen is considered an authority in representing people who have suffered a traumatic brain injury. He is well-versed in the language of neuroimaging, neuropsychology, and micro-damage and aggressively advocates for these victims.

Traumatic brain injury cases are complex and proving such an injury to a jury requires specialized courtroom skill and extensive education in this field of science. Juries can often be skeptical of TBI, but David Christensen has won 99 percent of his cases for TBI victims, amounting to millions of dollars to safeguard his clients’ futures.

A TBI can affect the sufferer’s mental and emotional state, which can impact their ability to work, earn a living, maintain a successful relationship, or solely care for themselves. Securing the best representation in your fight against the other parties involved in your accident and the insurance companies is crucial to obtain the best result possible.

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