South Jersey Brain Injury Lawyers

Dealing With The Aftermath Of A Brain Or Spinal Cord Injury

Of all injuries, damage to the brain and spinal cord are among the most serious. These vital components of the central nervous system are the seat of so many functions, from thought and personality to movement and mobility.

Trauma to the brain or spinal cord can result from any number of accidents, particularly traffic accidents. The human body simply isn’t equipped to deal with the sheer force involved in car crashes, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, bicycle accidents and the like. Even safety measures like seat belts, air bags and helmets may not be enough to shield you from harm.

Damage to the spinal cord can result in nerve damage, inhibited mobility and partial or total paralysis (paraplegia and quadriplegia). Traumatic brain injuries can take many forms, including:

  • Closed-head injuries
  • Concussions
  • Contusions
  • Penetrating brain injuries
  • Skull fractures (open TBI)

Make Sense Of Your Legal Options

Dealing with a brain or spinal cord injury — or that of a loved one — can be a tremendous challenge. Your life may take a drastic turn. On the horizon may be a new set of needs: ongoing medical treatments, rehabilitation and day-to-day care, to name a few.

After suffering such a significant injury, you likely have many questions about your legal options. At Folkman Law, you can find answers. Our personal injury attorneys have devoted much of their careers to helping people like you seek justice. We’re passionate about what we do, and we’re driven by a commitment to making a difference.

“Folkman Law was so much more than just my counsel … They were my son’s champion when he couldn’t speak for himself.” — L.S.

Learn more about how the South Jersey personal injury lawyers at Folkman Law can help you. Speak with a member of our team during a free case review. Call 856-354-9444 or submit an online contact form to get started. Our lawyers have three convenient offices in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, and Philadelphia and King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.