In any legal dispute, proving your claim by means of objective evidence is always the fastest way to winning or settling the case. However, because compensation for traumatic brain injuries usually involves large sums of money, most of the defendants are not keen to paying unless there is compelling evidence to dictate otherwise.
In these instances, most persons would assume that a simple MRI or CT scan of the brain can clear the matter instantly. However, a Los Angeles brain injury lawyer says that it takes more than an image of your brain to win such a case.
Dismissed as a pre-existing condition
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the leading cause of traumatic brain injury in the United States is falling, followed by unintentional blunt force, and motor vehicle accidents. In all three cases, you must file a personal injury complaint, not only against the person who caused the injury, but the owner of the establishment or vehicle involved in the injury, as well as their respective insurance companies. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2kSONAa