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What’s the Average Settlement for a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Texas?

Average Settlement for a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Texas

If you've suffered a mild traumatic brain injury, you should know that the personal injury settlements for any brain injuries can be significant.

The best way to understand how much your mild traumatic brain injury settlement might be worth is to speak with an attorney who has experience with just your type of case.

At Grossman Law, we make it our singular goal to maximize the settlement value of our client's injuries, especially in cases where the injury has been deemed "mild". If you've suffered a closed-head injury, reach out to us 24/7 for a free consultation so that we can help you understand what your settlement might be worth.

What Is the Average Value of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Settlements in Texas?

Mild brain injury settlements might not be as substantial as a settlement or award for a severe head injury, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t pursue the compensation you deserve for your injuries and other damages.

Because every brain injury victim is different, we can’t estimate any potential average TBI settlement. The best way to determine what your case value might be is to speak to an experienced attorney. 

You can however explore some of the Grossman Law Offices’ prior case results to see what other types of head and brain injury settlements we have achieved. For example, we recovered $550,000 for a workplace accident victim who suffered a closed-head injury and other minor physical injuries.

In some of the more serious TBI cases we have handled over the years, we recovered $1,750,000 for a client in a dram shop case and $1,765,000 for another client who sustained a brain injury in a commercial vehicle accident

Why Do I Need a Lawyer to Get a Decent Settlement for a Mild TBI?

You are not required in Texas to have an attorney handle your personal injury case, but there are lots of reasons you might want to consider it—specifically if you choose Grossman Law to assist you. We provide a unique style of value-added service for our clients, ensuring that we tailor our services to the specific needs of each client. 

Our commitment to excellence has been acknowledged in a significant number of awards and recognitions we have received over the years. We are equally committed to providing our clients with a wealth of knowledge and information, with more than 600 published articles in our online law library.

The bottom line is that when you need someone to help you navigate the complex legal field of personal injury law, look to Grossman Law. We take an aggressive approach, and we fight to get you the maximum possible compensation for your injuries and other damages.

In most instances, we successfully negotiate mild brain injury settlements with the at-fault party’s insurance company. In those cases where we cannot negotiate an acceptable settlement, we never hesitate to file a lawsuit and litigate your claim.

In addition to providing a free consultation and case review, we accept brain injury cases on a contingency basis. This means you don’t have to pay any upfront fees, and in fact, you owe no legal fees until we recover compensation for your damages. By assuming the up-front risk, we help ensure that you can get the legal help you need to pursue a claim.

What Is a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury?

Head injuries may be considered to be traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) if the victim’s brain function is negatively affected as a result of an accident or traumatic event. Some examples of accidents that can lead to TBI include the following:

Even mild brain injuries can result in symptoms such as:

  • Chronic headache,
  • Dizziness,
  • Lost consciousness,
  • Memory loss,
  • Sensory loss, and
  • Mental or emotional symptoms.

Even mild TBI injuries can require long-term treatment. Victims may require personal care or lose the ability to handle the tasks of daily living, working, interacting socially, etc.

The formal definition of a mild traumatic brain injury can be subjective, and this label is not necessarily indicative of an easy road to recovery. For example, if you suffer even mild concussion or TBI symptoms after a truck, motorcycle, or car accident, you could have grounds to pursue a post-concussion syndrome car accident settlement that includes compensation for current and future treatment and care, current and future lost income, pain and suffering, emotional trauma, etc.

Whether a TBI is considered mild, moderate, or severe, talking to an experienced attorney is the most effective way to determine what your legal rights and options are.

Contact a Grossman Law Brain Injury Attorney Today

If you sustained a concussion or brain injury in an accident you didn’t cause, you deserve justice and fair compensation for your damages. A Texas brain injury attorney from the Grossman Law Offices can help. We have decades of experience and we know how to get the job done for you. As you saw from some of our past settlements and verdicts referenced above, we are dedicated to getting our clients the compensation they deserve, no matter what type of injuries they sustained. Although our past results might not apply directly to your case, our many client testimonials can provide even more proof of our commitment to helping you get justice and fair compensation. 

You can contact us at 855-934-1342 or online, any time of the day or night, every day of the year. We offer video and phone conference options for your convenience, or we can come to your location.

Contact us now to speak to one of our knowledgeable attorneys about your options for pursuing a mild traumatic brain injury settlement in Dallas, Fort Worth, McKinney, Frisco, Midland/Odessa, or any of the surrounding areas in Texas.

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