Severe & Disabling Injuries

Connecticut Traumatic Brain Injury and Other Severe Injury Claims

At Adelman Hirsch & Connors LLP, our personal injury attorneys concentrate on the investigation and proof of accident claims that involve the most severe and disabling consequences, such as traumatic brain injury or paralysis. For a free consultation about our ability to represent your interests effectively in the worst accident cases, contact one of our lawyers in Bridgeport, Danbury or Middletown.

Medical malpractice, including negligence on the part of a surgeon or anesthesiologist, truck accidents, or severe construction accidents can all result in massive trauma to the body. From a legal standpoint, the primary challenge is to make sure that all of the expenses involved in present and future treatment and care are identified and covered in the settlement or jury demand. Our experience and use of expert witnesses to project the need for therapy, surgery, home assistance, and other services can help ensure that the victim's physical recovery will not be jeopardized by a lack of financial resources.

We can represent clients who have suffered such disabling or life-changing injuries as the following:

  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Closed head injury, including post concussion syndrome
  • Spinal cord damage resulting in paraplegia or quadriplegia
  • Disc herniation of the neck or back
  • Amputation
  • Severe burns
  • Cerebral palsy suffered at birth
  • Blindness

One of our partners, Joram Hirsch, has established a statewide reputation for his work in traumatic brain and closed head injury cases, subjects on which he has written and lectured. In all severe and disabling damages cases, however, each of our attorneys has the experience necessary to maximize our client's financial recovery.

To learn more about our approach to the identification, documentation, and presentation of damages claims in the most severe accident cases, contact a Connecticut personal injury lawyer at Adelman Hirsch & Connors LLP.