Clearwater Brain Injury Attorneys

We've Recovered Millions of Dollars for the Wrongfully Injured

Brain injuries are among the most debilitating and devastating injuries a person can sustain. Head and brain injuries are capable of inflicting significant physical disabilities, neurological disorders, and emotional damages, and have overwhelming potential to permanently alter the lives of victims and their families. If you or a loved one has recently sustained a brain injury or any other type of head trauma as the result of another's negligence or carelessness, our personal injury attorneys are prepared to fight for the compensation you are due.

What Types of Damages Can I Recover?

  • Past and future medical expenses
  • Past and future work wages
  • Damages for pain, suffering, and emotional anguish

By utilizing our more than 50 years of collective experience, resources, and professional connections, our legal team is able to collect and preserve evidence that establishes another party's liability and the extent of damages suffered by a victim.We present this evidence clearly and convincingly during cases and focus our efforts toward maximizing the amount of compensation our clients are eligible to recover for their injuries.

Call today to consult an experienced Clearwater brain injury lawyer: (727) 877-1212.

Are There Different Types of Brain Injuries?

traumatic brain injury

Brain injuries can be considered either traumatic or non-traumatic. Traumatic brain injuries, or TBIs, are the result of a blow to the head or a violent outside force that causes the brain to strike the inside of the skull. Traumatic brain injuries typically result from things like automobile accidents, assaults (gunshot wounds, for example), or serious falls in which the victim strikes his or her head.

Non-traumatic brain injuries, on the other hand, are injuries that result when the brain suffers damage due to a shortage or complete lack of oxygen. For example, if a doctor fails to monitor his/her patient’s condition and the patient suffers a stroke or heart attack, the patient’s brain may not receive enough oxygen and he or she may suffer permanent damage. Other causes of non-traumatic brain injury include prolonged exposure to dangerous, toxic chemicals that disrupt the supply of oxygen to the brain.

What are the Symptoms of Brain Injury?

  • Loss of consciousness
  • Persistent headaches
  • Cognitive difficulties
  • Changes in personality
  • Confusion and irritability
  • Memory problems

We Can Support You During This Difficult Time - Call Now!

Personal injury cases involving catastrophic brain injuries are considered complex, as they require a great deal of detailed medical evidence and often involve large sums of damages. At Roman & Gaynor, we have demonstrated our ability to handle even the most complex and challenging issues, and have obtained successful resolutions for brain injury victims in numerous cases.

We make ourselves available and accessible 24/7, and are truly there whenever you are in need or have questions. We also travel to you, wherever that may be, because your health and recovery are of the utmost importance. While we work tirelessly toward attaining full compensation, we never lose track of our goal to meet your immediate needs. We know that obtaining the maximum compensation possible in head and brain injury cases is absolutely vital in aiding your recovery.


Schedule a free case evaluation to discuss your needs with a Clearwater brain injury lawyer.


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