Louisville Seizure Attorneys
If you or a loved one is suffering from seizures as a result of experiencing a traumatic brain injury, you should contact the experienced Louisville brain injury attorneys at Sampson Law Firm immediately. If someone else’s reckless or negligent actions caused you harm and led to painful seizures, we can help you understand your legal rights and determine how much financial compensation you might be owed.
Medical care is often required to properly diagnosis and control seizures. Ongoing treatment may be needed and can become costly. Additionally, issues with seizures may cause you to miss work, thereby losing income. While we understand that money cannot undo the harm you have suffered, it can ease your financial burdens, allowing you to get the medical attention you need and giving you time to heal. To discuss your legal options, contact the knowledgeable Louisville seizure attorneys at Sampson Law Firm today by calling (502) 584-5050, starting an online chat now, of filling out a contact form.
Why Do I Need a Lawyer?
Victims of serious accidents have the right to seek financial compensation if they were hurt due to someone else’s reckless, careless, or intentional actions. However, trying to recover compensation by yourself while also dealing with seizures and a brain injury is often impossible. Negligence laws are complicated, which is why it is critical to hire an experienced brain injury lawyer to help you navigate the challenging process of securing fair compensation from the party responsible.
Why Choose Us?
The team of experienced attorneys at Sampson Law Firm have been protecting client’s rights and interests for over two decades. In addition to receiving other accolades over the past 10 years, our founding partner, Jeffrey T. Sampson has been repeatedly named one of the “Most Prolific Trial Attorneys in Kentucky” by the Kentucky Trial Court Review.
With our years of experience focusing on personal injury law, we understand that when an individual comes to us for help, they have already suffered from a traumatic injury. As such, we strive treat our clients with understanding and give each client the personalized representation they deserved. We see our job as helping clients alleviate some of their stress by ensuring their rights are preserved and they get the compensation to which they may be entitled. Over the years, we have won tens of millions of dollars for clients, so you can trust that we will fight for you.
Cases We Handle
Many kinds of accidents can lead to traumatic brain injuries that cause seizures. Each kind of accident involves different liable parties, different kinds of evidence, and different methods of investigation. Some of the common cases involving seizures that we are familiar with at Sampson Law Firm include:
- Car Accidents
- Truck / 18-Wheeler Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Airplane Accidents
- Medical Malpractice
- Nursing Home Malpractice
- Product Liability
- Premises Liability
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Wrongful Death
If you or a loved one is suffering from seizures as the result of another party’s negligent behavior or wrongdoing, we have the knowledge and skill necessary to get results on your behalf. Whether we settle your case out of court or take the case through to a trial, we have the experience to get results.
What Is a Seizure?
An estimated three million people suffer from seizures each year in the United States. A seizure occurs when there is a sudden change in the brain’s normal electrical activity. Seizures can be hereditary, the result of a birth defect or a developmental disorder, or caused by head trauma. Since there are a variety of types of seizures and the brain’s disruption of activity can vary, symptoms may change with each seizure and each seizure type. However, there are some common symptoms of seizures that should signal an issue with normal brain function. These symptoms can include:
- Loss of consciousness
- Uncontrollable jerking of the arms and legs
- A staring spell
- Psychic symptoms that trigger memories in the brain causing feelings of anxiety, fear, or other emotions
- Rapid blinking of twitching in the face
- Momentary memory loss
- Stiffening of the body
- Loss of bladder or bowel control
Individuals suffering from these symptoms should consult a medical professional, as a diagnosis may require brain imagining, such as a CT scan or an MRI. When an individual experiences a seizure more than twice a year, they may be diagnosed as epileptic. Seeking medical attention is also prudent, as seizures can sometimes be controlled with medications or other treatments.
If you or a loved one is suffering from seizures as the result of a head trauma caused by being in an accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills and treatment, lost wages, and pain and suffering, among other things. At Sampson Law Firm, we understand that dealing with the aftermath of a traumatic brain injury can be challenging and overwhelming. This is a time when you should be focused on healing, not legalities. That is why we are here to help. To discuss your case, schedule a free initial consultation with the Louisville brain injury attorneys at Sampson Law Firm by calling (502) 584-5050.