Repetitive Head Injuries
TAMPA HEAD TRAUMA TO CHILDREN LAWYER
Sports-Related Injuries and Concussions
Many children who are involved in competitive sports suffer from repetitive trauma injuries that can result in concussions and permanent brain damage. In the most severe cases, they can result in wrongful death. At the law office of Craig J. Olsen, P.A., in Tampa, Florida, we are experienced in the investigation and pursuit of claims on behalf of injured children and their families. Our firm is prepared to handle every aspect of your case from investigation through trial, when necessary.
Complex Cases Involving Repetitive Head Trauma
Many repetitive head trauma injuries occur over time. If a child suffers an injury and then goes back out and gets a second concussion, the consequences can be severe. In these cases, many children suffer from permanent injury, including loss of capacity, loss of vision, sight loss, learning disabilities and permanent brain damage. In the worst cases, a repetitive head trauma can result in wrongful death.
Our Tampa attorney for repetitive head trauma to children is experienced in cases involving:
- Serious and catastrophic injury
- Sports-related accidents
- Hockey, football, soccer, gymnastics
- Fractures and broken bones
- Wrongful Death
- Child injuries in sports
- Open and Closed Fractures
- Stress Fractures
- Growth Plate Injuries
- ATV injuries
- Amusement park injuries
Leading Experience and Expert Resources
We collaborate with a team of experts and medical specialists who can help to analyze your case and demonstrate the cause of the injury, trauma or death. Having an underlying comprehension of the complex medical issues in these cases gives us an edge when negotiating with insurance companies, or in the event that we take your case to trial. Our priority is to give you an appropriate valuation of your case to maximize a settlement or verdict to cover medical expenses, pain and suffering, future care needs and any additional losses you have suffered.
Contact Our Firm
All personal injury cases are taken on a contingency fee basis, so our clients do not pay a fee until the case is concluded by trial or settlement. If there is no recovery earned in your case, there is no obligation to ever pay fees or costs. There are strict time limitations that apply to personal injury claims, so if you have a claim, please call us today for a free, no-obligation consultation. You can reach our Tampa, Florida, child head injury attorney lawyer 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 813-991-7775, or by email. We offer weekend and evening appointments. We can come to you at your home or in the hospital.