Brain Damage

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 1.5 million Americans every year sustain traumatic brain injuries, ranging from mild to severe. Of those who are injured, 230,000 are hospitalized. About 50,000 people sustain fatal injuries.

Any type of personal injury is unquestionably a traumatic event, but if you or a loved one is mentally impaired as a result of a traumatic brain injury, it can have even further reaching aspects to quality of life. While the law cannot turn back time, monetary compensation for damages can recognize the injury, the ongoing suffering and aid greatly in helping elevate an injured person's quality of life as much as possible.

Our Lawyers Fight For The Rights Of Brain Damage Victims

We at Thompson & Evangelo, P.A., are sensitive to the needs of head injury victims. We are ready to apply our 40 years of combined experience and our full legal team to do everything possible to obtain compensation if you or a loved one has sustained a traumatic brain injury due to another party's negligence.

As lawyers, we have dedicated ourselves exclusively to contingency-based personal injury litigation. In our pursuit of excellence, Paul Thompson and Nick Evangelo have become board-certified civil litigators by the Florida state bar.

At our law firm, we know that brain injuries can occur at all ages, and we are willing to take on clients regardless of age. We are concerned with working with clients to understand all details in play so that we can prepare a case to maximize compensation. Our contingency-based approach is unyielding when it comes to looking out for your best interests. We are dedicated to pursue the option that helps you truly get back to what is important: your life and your well-being.

To discuss any Florida brain injury issue in a free initial consultation with one of our Lake County and Seminole County brain injury attorneys, call us at 321-594-6996, toll free at 800-489-9571, or email us your contact information.