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Traumatic brain injury (TBI) has life-long consequences that can be physically, emotionally, and financially devastating to you and your family. Brain injuries are often overlooked or misdiagnosed. The best outcome is dependent on the very best treatment. If you or a loved one has suffered TBI, the experienced Illinois brain injury attorneys at Harvey L. Walner & Associates, Ltd., can help you get the compensation you need and deserve.
The Evidence

     TBI does not always show up on standard medical tests. Medical breakthroughs are being made every day, and today's advanced technology allows doctors to detect and treat previously undetectable TBI.

 

 

  Single-Vehicle Accidents

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that 90 percent of fatal single-vehicle rollover accidents occur when a driver is engaged in standard driving maneuvering. This means that a majority of these accidents are not caused by factors such as distraction, speeding, or even alcohol.

Many rollover accidents are a result of poor vehicle design or roadway dangers. The only way to determine the cause of a rollover accident and ensure the proper party is held liable is with the help of an experienced auto accident attorney.

To schedule a free consultation with a Chicago auto accident attorney, please contact us today. Our firm fights for the rights of victims and their families in Chicago and all surrounding areas of Illinois

 

Your spinal cord is a bundle of nerves that travels from your brain along your vertebrae and down to your extremities. Your spinal cord transmits electrical impulses carrying sensory inputs to your brain and takes commands from your brain to your body. While your vertebrae cover and protect your spinal cord, if you sustain trauma to your neck, head or back, this can damage and even rupture that delicate cord. This injury restricts your nerve impulses, which causes a loss of mobility below your area of injury.

  Spinal cord injuries affect 12,000 people in America each year. Though spinal cord injuries range in severity, they always cause a drastic change in the victim’s life.