Akron And Cleveland Brain Injury Attorney
There are two types of serious brain injuries a person can sustain: an acquired brain injury (ABI) caused by a medical condition, including from a stroke, an infection or lack oxygen to the brain; and a traumatic brain injury (TBI) from a bump, blow or jolt to the head that disrupts the normal function of the brain. The Keefe Law Firm, LLC, proudly and aggressively represents clients throughout Ohio who have suffered both types of catastrophic brain injuries due to someone else’s fault. For more information on Ohio medical malpractice attorney representation for brain injuries sustained due to negligent medical care, click here.
Each year, nearly 2.8 million Americans sustain traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). These injuries contribute to nearly 30 percent of all injury-related deaths in the United States. Traumatic brain injuries range from mild to severe and are oftentimes life-altering events. They can affect physical and mental abilities, alter emotions and personality, and result in memory loss, headaches, visual and sleep disturbances, depression, and seizures, and can even lead to financial ruin for Ohio families. Traumatic brain injuries oftentimes happen in motor vehicle crashes and construction site accidents and are manifested in several different ways, including as follows:
- Subdural and intracranial hematomas (blood on the brain)
- Skull fractures
- Bruising and swelling of the brain
When you or a loved one suffers from a traumatic brain injury due to someone else’s fault, contact The Keefe Law Firm, LLC, to evaluate and investigate your claims to see if we can help you recover the compensation needed to help you rehabilitate from your injuries and care for your family. Ohio traumatic brain injury lawyer, Stephen T. Keefe, Jr., has over 20 years of experience representing brain injured clients throughout Ohio and is committed to providing you and your family with the personalized, hands-on care needed to get you through this difficult time.
Ohio Spinal Cord Injury Lawyer
The Keefe Law Firm, LLC, and Ohio Super Lawyer Stephen T. Keefe, Jr., are experienced in providing comprehensive Ohio spinal cord injury attorney representation when your activities of daily living have been forever altered due to a catastrophic spinal cord injury (SCI). The most common causes of spinal cord injuries are motor vehicle accidents, acts of violence, falls, sports injuries and defective products, but a spinal cord injury can also occur due to medical or surgical errors.
Spinal cord injuries can be complete (i.e., loss of all or nearly all movement and feeling below the site of injury) or incomplete (i.e., some motor and sensory function remains). Symptoms vary in spinal cord injured victims and can include the following:
- Paralysis, including quadriplegia and paraplegia
- Loss of movement or sensation
- Loss of sexual function
- Loss of bowel or bladder function
- Numbness or tingling in your hands or feet
- Impaired breathing function
- Muscle spasms
How We Can Help After A Brain Or Spinal Cord Injury
A spinal cord injury is a life-altering injury that can adversely affect you or a loved one forever. It can drastically affect your ability to live independently, to work and to provide for yourself and your family. The Keefe Law Firm, LLC, has been providing Ohio spinal cord injury lawyer representation to seriously injured clients for over 20 years and is dedicated to investing the time, resources and hard work it takes to get you the full and fair compensation you deserve when your life-altering injuries are caused by someone else’s fault.
The Keefe Law Firm, LLC, and Ohio Super Lawyer Stephen T. Keefe, Jr., represent spinal cord injury clients not only in Lakewood, Ohio, and the surrounding Cleveland, Ohio, and Northeast Ohio region, but also in Akron, Canton, Medina, Youngstown, Columbus, Toledo, Dayton, Cincinnati and throughout Ohio. The Keefe Law Firm, LLC, takes on causes, not simply cases. We work tirelessly to investigate and pursue your spinal cord injury claims and to protect your rights. No stones are left unturned.
If you or a loved one needs to speak with an experienced Ohio brain injury attorney or Ohio spinal cord injury attorney, call our Lakewood, Ohio, office today at 216-815-3574 or email us so we can arrange for a free consultation to discuss your important claims.