Traumatic Brain Injuries

Traumatic Brain Injuries

Traumatic Brain Injury Law Firm

Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys in Central Virginia

Motor vehicle collisions are a common cause of traumatic brain injuries, but these serious conditions can result from any incident involving the head, including falls and physical assaults. Traumatic brain injuries can have devastating and life-altering consequences for both the victims and their families. Individuals who sustain traumatic brain injuries may require life-long medical care, leaving them with anxiety and worry for the future. Who will cover the mounting medical bills? Who will pay for future care? Will life ever be the same?

During the frightening and stressful time after your injury, it can feel as though you have more questions than answers. We at Allen & Allen understand that, without warning, your life has been changed forever. Our mission is to help protect you during your recovery as we fight to protect your rights and obtain the financial compensation you deserve.

What Should I Do in the Event of a Traumatic Brain Injury?

Under Virginia law, you may have the right to recover monetary damages if you have been injured due to the negligence or recklessness of another person. Damages may include reimbursement or compensation for:

  • Current medical costs
  • Future medical costs
  • Pain, suffering, and inconvenience
  • Lost wages
  • Loss of economic opportunity

Before speaking with any insurance company representatives, you can help to protect yourself by contacting an attorney at Allen & Allen to discuss your situation. No matter how severe your injury may be, an attorney can help you to navigate the intimidating field of insurance claims to make sure you recover the compensation you deserve. You can discuss your unique situation at no cost by calling us today. If you have a case, our experienced attorneys can help you:

  • Recover damages you are entitled to from the negligent person’s insurance company.
  • Pursue any applicable uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage and medical payments coverage from your own insurance company.
  • Obtain a fair settlement offer for damages through negotiation.
  • Collect evidence that may need to be presented to protect your claim to appropriate financial compensation for your injuries.

Why Choose Allen & Allen?

While the circumstances behind every traumatic brain injury are different, one fact holds true for all—the right attorney is a necessity to ensure you receive the support you need.

  • Case Result: Attorneys Jason Konvicka and Robert C.T. Reed secured $2.25 million on behalf of a plaintiff who suffered a severe traumatic brain injury from a motor vehicle collision, which caused permanent effects.
  • Attorney Christopher Guedri secured $5 million on behalf of a 64 year-old plaintiff who was struck by a Food Lion employee’s stock cart and fell, suffering a traumatic brain injury that reduced the college-educated plaintiff’s IQ to 69.

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Injury Types

Catastrophic Injuries

Any injury that affects the functioning of the spine, spinal cord, skull, or brain can lead to limited cognitive functioning and mobility. Permanent disabilities as a result of a severe automobile crash can have a major impact on a victim's quality of life and financial means.


When the damage to the spinal cord is classified as a "complete" injury to the spine, nerve sensation and voluntary movement is diminished, resulting in paralysis. A victim of a car accident with this type of injury will have to deal with physical limitations for the rest of their lives, often limiting them financially as well.

Spinal Injuries

Upon impact in an auto accident, the spine and spinal cord can experience damaging compression that can lead to bone breakage or nerve damage. A spinal cord injury can lead to extensive medical and rehabilitation costs and can impact the quality of life of a victim forever.

Wrongful Death

The death of a family member due to a fatal accident caused by someone else's negligence can be emotionally and financially devastating. While families are left trying to cope with a tragedy, Allen & Allen can help you recover damages through reimbursement or compensation for the dramatic changes that will follow.

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