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Our brains are responsible for carrying out our body’s most important functions, from speech and movement to memory, concentration, and everything in between. Any damage to the brain can lead to severe, long-lasting complications—and in many cases, another person’s negligence or carelessness is responsible for a brain injury.

If you sustained brain damage at the hands of another person or entity, the Denver brain injury attorneys at Purvis Gray Thomson, LLP can help. We can help you hold the at-fault party accountable for your damages.

Why Choose Us

  • We understand that brain injuries are painful, debilitating conditions. Our attorneys will handle all aspects of your claim and work with you to find the support you deserve.
  • Our attorneys have represented injured Colorado residents in their lawsuits since 1985. We will leverage our skills, experience, and knowledge to strengthen your claim.
  • Our firm prioritizes open, honest, and respectful communication throughout your case. We will always answer your questions and respond to any of your concerns.

Common Causes of Brain Injuries

A brain injury often occurs due to a blow to the head or when an object penetrates your skull, damaging the sensitive brain tissue it protects. Being struck by or against an object is a common cause of brain damage. This injury can occur during many types of accidents, including the following.

  • Falls
  • Car accidents
  • Falling construction debris
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Bicycle collisions
  • Truck accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Improper safety training
  • Explosive blasts
  • Sports and recreational injuries

Damages Available to Brain Injury Victims

If you developed a brain injury in an accident that was caused by someone else, you may have grounds for an insurance claim or lawsuit. Through these claims, you can recover damages related to the economic, or financial, losses you sustained. You can also recover compensation for your non-economic damages, also known as pain and suffering.

Examples of damages in brain injury claims include the following.

  • Past and future medical expenses
  • Disability accommodations
  • Live-in caregivers
  • Rehabilitation and physical therapy
  • Lost wages and loss of future earnings
  • Loss of quality of life
  • Permanent disability
  • Mental anguish
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Property repairs and replacement

How to Prove a Brain Injury Lawsuit

To secure compensation in a brain injury lawsuit, you will need to prove that the at-fault party’s negligence is responsible for your damages. You will need to supply evidence that supports four key elements to accomplish this.

  • The at-fault party owed you a duty of care.
  • The at-fault party breached his or her duty of care in some way.
  • The breach of duty caused your accident and subsequent brain damage.
  • You suffered damages that you can collect in your lawsuit.

For example, say that a driver ran a red light and collided into your vehicle head-on. Drivers have a duty to follow traffic laws, and by running a red light, the at-fault driver breaches his or her duty of care. The impact of the accident causes you to hit your head against your windshield and sustain brain damage, which you could prove using your medical records.

Your attorney at Purvis Gray Thomson, LLP can help you gather the evidence necessary to establish these elements, as well as the potential damages you may qualify for.

Contact Purvis Gray Thomson, LLP

If you are suffering from a brain injury in Denver, you deserve justice—and the lawyers at Purvis Gray Thomson, LLP can help. Our brain injury attorneys can represent you in your lawsuit and recover the compensation you need. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation and discuss your legal options.