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North Dakota Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney

In Minot North Dakota, patients with traumatic brain injuries can call on the Attorneys of Larson Law Firm to help them with their medical malpractice or personal injury case.

An injury to the head or the brain can be immediately apparent. In other cases, an injury may be so subtle with elusive symptoms that may not manifest themselves until weeks or months later. At Larson Law Firm P.C., our Minot brain injury lawyer pursues financial compensation for accident victims who have suffered head and brain trauma. We will seek the settlement you need to aid with your recovery and help you move forward with your life.

If you or a loved one has suffered a head injury in an accident, we can help. Contact our North Dakota personal injury attorney online or call (866) 309-1777 for a free initial consultation and case evaluation.

We Handle All Types of Accidents Claims

The legal team at Larson Law Firm P.C. has been helping accident victims fight for fair and full compensation for more than 30 years. We handle claims for head injuries arising from all types of accidents, including:

  • Auto accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Recreational vehicle accidents
  • Railroad accidents
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Farm accidents

Regardless of how a traumatic brain injury occurred, attorney Mark Larson will work closely with his clients and their family members to determine the goals and needs of the injured person. We have extensive experience negotiating with insurance companies and any liable parties to the accident.

Recognizing the Symptoms of Head Injuries

The brain is a complex organ that we know relatively little about. Thus, symptoms of head trauma may not appear until weeks or months after an accident, and may result in serious mental impairment. If you or a loved one is experiencing blurred vision, headaches, a ringing in the ears or a loss of balance, it is important to seek medical attention, even if an accident may have occurred months ago.

Some injuries to the brain manifest themselves in other ways. If, following an accident, you notice a loved one is having trouble with language, reasoning, decision-making abilities or has experienced a change in personality, he or she may have a brain injury. After seeking medical attention, you should seek legal advice to determine what your options are.

Call for a Free Consultation With a Ward County Closed Head Injury Lawyer

If you or a loved one has suffered head trauma in an accident, you should get experienced legal representation. Contact our Minot brain injury attorney online or call (866) 309-1777 for a free initial consultation to discuss your case. We also make hospital and home visits for the ease of injured or incapacitated clients.