Brain Injuries

Brain injuries, ranging from mild concussions to severe traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), carry profound implications for victims, affecting cognitive function, physical abilities, emotional well-being, and quality of life. Geoff Trachtenberg’s dedication to victims of brain injuries is underscored by his comprehensive understanding of the complex medical issues involved and the long-term care needs these injuries often necessitate. Recognized for his legal expertise and compassionate representation, Geoff is committed to securing the full compensation his clients require for medical treatments, rehabilitation, and support services, as well as for the pain and suffering endured. His approach combines meticulous investigation with the collaboration of medical experts to build compelling cases that address the full scope of the injury’s impact. Choosing Geoff Trachtenberg means partnering with a tireless advocate who understands the challenges of brain injury cases and is dedicated to achieving the best possible outcomes for those affected.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Brain injuries are commonly caused by falls, vehicle accidents, sports injuries, assaults, and incidents of medical malpractice, each requiring a tailored legal approach.

A brain injury can lead to cognitive impairments, physical disabilities, emotional and behavioral changes, and long-term health issues, significantly impacting your daily life and future.

Compensation can include medical expenses, rehabilitation costs, lost wages and future earning potential, pain and suffering, and punitive damages in cases of gross negligence.

Proving negligence involves demonstrating that another party’s action or inaction directly led to the injury. Geoff collaborates with medical experts to establish causation and liability.

Challenges include proving the extent of the injury and its impact, facing skepticism from insurers, and navigating complex medical evidence. Geoff’s expertise is key in overcoming these obstacles.

The statute of limitations for filing a lawsuit varies by state. In Arizona, you generally have two years from the injury date, but there are exceptions, underscoring the importance of consulting with Geoff early.

Yes, family members may be eligible to claim compensation for loss of consortium and the costs of care, in addition to the victim’s own compensation for damages.

Future care needs are assessed by medical professionals who consider the full range of the victim’s anticipated medical, rehabilitation, and support services needs over their lifetime.

An experienced attorney like Geoff Trachtenberg can navigate the complexities of brain injury cases, ensuring that all aspects of the injury’s impact are addressed in the pursuit of compensation.

Geoff’s dedication to his clients, combined with his deep understanding of brain injury litigation and a proven track record of securing significant settlements and verdicts, makes him an invaluable advocate for victims and their families.

If you or a loved one has been involved in a car accident, don't navigate this difficult time alone. Contact me, Geoff Trachtenberg, today for a free case evaluation. Let's discuss how I can help you achieve the justice and compensation you deserve. Together, we can turn this challenging chapter of your life into a story of resilience and recovery.