Personal Injury Lawyer Serving Tennessee
The effects from head and brain injuries may be or may not be obvious immediately after an accident. Often, a blow to the head can cause brain damage that results in migraines, mood swings, personality changes, and other problems that may not surface until months after the accident.
Typically, insurance companies will not give up compensation voluntarily. It takes a knowledgeable and skilled lawyer to get the compensation which the injured person is entitled to receive.
In the past 30 years, attorney Jeffrey Jones has built a reputation for obtaining large settlements and judgments. He has made a name for himself in courts throughout Memphis, Bartlett, and the counties of Shelby, Fayette, and Tipton. Contact us to set up a free consultation with Mr. Jones.
Types of Head and Brain Injuries
At the Law Office of Jeffrey Jones, we accept cases involving the two basic types of head and brain injuries:
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) often involve open wounds and are obvious immediately after an accident.
Closed head injuries do not involve open wounds, but can result in brain damage and debilitating mental and emotional problems.
Both types of injuries may be the result of auto accidents, but can occur in any number of ways. Side-impact collisions are common reasons for brain injuries, because often there are no side air bags to protect people's heads.
Ready to Help Closed-Head Injury Victims
People with closed-head injuries often have trouble obtaining legal representation. But when someone comes to the Law Office of Jeffrey Jones complaining of migraines or mood swings, we take them seriously. Jeffrey Jones is both an experienced personal injury attorney and a pharmacist, and also consults with many medical experts. He will be able to evaluate your injuries and tell you in no uncertain terms if you have a valid case.
If we find that your injuries were in any way caused by an accident, we will obtain evaluations of your injuries, objectify your symptoms, and get witnesses to verify any mood changes, personality changes, etc. We do all such work on contingency, meaning that we charge no fees until you get a settlement or verdict.
Set up a free consultation about any possible head and brain injury case, by calling 901-386-1207 or emailing us through our contact page.