A Record Of Success Helping Brain Injury Victims
If you or a family member has suffered a traumatic brain injury due to an act of negligence, you need an attorney who has the experience to help you get compensation to pay for health care, now and into the future. You will find that attorney at The Law Offices of Bailey & Burke.
We have been representing brain injury victims in Massachusetts since 1971. We have a success rate of 99.6 percent in these and other personal injury cases, which we have earned because we are willing to fight to see that our clients’ needs are met.
We work on a contingency basis, so there is no cost to you until we get compensation for you. Our fees are based on a reasonable percentage of that compensation. Contact The Law Offices of Bailey & Burke today for a free consultation.
Serious And Complex Injuries
Sometimes, the impact of a brain injury is obvious, such as when that impact comes in the form of coma or paralysis. Other times, the impact is incredibly subtle. It can even go undetected by the victim until friends and family members start to notice personality or mood changes. These hidden brain injuries can also cause headaches, sleep disorders, vision problems and more. We take care to see that our clients are properly tested for brain injuries, so they can be properly treated.
We handle brain injuries that result from:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Construction accidents
- Scaffolding, roof and ladder accidents
- Heavy equipment accidents
- Premise liability
- Slip and fall
- Products liability
- Dog bites
- Sports-related injuries
- Workplace accidents
Building Successful Cases
Our success starts with gathering evidence. We ask clients and their families to keep personal diaries of their physical condition and medical treatment. This allows us to prepare to present the jury with a comprehensive picture of how life has changed after a brain injury.
We balance this personal aspect of case building with sophisticated techniques involving experts of all types. Our team of investigators and videographers uses the latest technology to compile evidence and put together a “Day in the Life” video to demonstrate the future health care costs that will be needed for rehabilitative treatment.