Traumatic Brain Injuries
Thousands of Cases Successfully Handled Since 1978.
Traumatic brain injuries are unfortunately a common type of catastrophic injury. Traumatic brain injuries can leave victims to deal with serious issues like memory loss and deceased mental and cognitive capabilities.
If you or a loved one suffered a TBI in a preventable accident, David A. Zipfel & Associates, LLC wants to hear from you. Call our Hartford brain injury attorney today to request an initial legal consultation and learn more about what your case may be worth. Our proven team is backed by a long history of successful case results and is ready to help you pursue the compensation you may be owed for your pain and suffering, medical bills, and other losses.
Even mild accidents can result in TBI. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1.7 million people in the United States sustain TBI. Young children and the elderly are most likely to sustain this type of injury, and almost half of the TBI injuries treated at emergency rooms annually involve children under the age of 14.
However, adults more than 75 years old have the highest mortality and hospitalization rate for TBI. Statistically, males are more likely to receive a TBI than women. According to the CDC, TBIs cost the U.S. economy $76.5 billion in the year 2000 alone.
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