Personal Injury

Loveland Brain & Spine Injury Lawyer

See a Doctor First, Then Seek a Lawyer

Brain or spine injuries can result from motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, or a number of other incidents. If you or someone you love has suffered such an injury due to negligence, the first and most crucial step is to seek immediate medical attention.

Once you have met with a doctor and established a care plan, hiring a skilled brain and spine injury attorney can help ensure that you or your loved one receives the necessary care and compensation to move forward with recovery.

Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. is here to assist you in leveling the playing field when dealing with insurance companies following a brain or spine injury accident. We are a team of experienced attorneys with offices throughout Colorado, including right here in Loveland. We can help if you suffered a brain injury due to a:

If someone else was responsible for your brain injury, you may have a compensation claim. Talk about your rights and learn what the next steps are with Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C.

Who Is Liable for My Injury?

If you or someone you love suffered a serious head or spine injury, you should take the necessary steps to determine who might be at fault. If someone else’s negligence or mistake caused your injury, they might be responsible for the resulting damage. For example, if you were injured in a car accident caused by a drunk driver, that driver might be responsible for the head or spine injury you suffered in the crash.

Determining liability can be tricky, so collecting as much information as possible about your situation and taking your case to our experienced Loveland brain and spine injury lawyers is always best.

Calculating the Costs of Your Brain or Spine Injury

After suffering a head injury, it is important to pay attention to any symptoms you may be experiencing, as they may be a sign of a traumatic brain injury. Common symptoms include loss of consciousness, dizziness, paralysis, headache, vomiting, changes in vision, or a slow pulse.

A person suffering from a serious spinal injury may experience extreme back, head, or neck pain/pressure, weakness or paralysis, numbness or tingling sensations in the hands, fingers, feet, or toes, or a loss of bladder or bowel control.

Depending on the severity of the brain or spine injury, the liable party may be responsible for compensating medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, and physical impairment, among other damages.

This calculation requires a thorough review from healthcare experts and an experienced attorney. Our Loveland, Colorado, firm can help ensure that you receive the fair compensation you need to cover all the costs associated with your injury. You should not experience financial strain due to someone else's negligent actions.

No Upfront Costs & No Recovery, No Fee

At Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C., we accept personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis; that means we don't get paid unless you do. We’re in this together! Our fee and the case costs we advance for you come out of the money we get for you. No recovery, no fee. It’s that simple.

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