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Helping Accident Victims Recover From Traumatic Brain Injuries

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is most commonly caused by a strike to the head or by movement of the brain within the skull. The effects of a TBI vary greatly, but often victims suffer brain injuries that can affect memory, concentration, cognition, personality and normal functioning at home and work.

If you or a loved one has suffered a TBI in an accident, contact a personal injury lawyer to learn about your options for recovery.

Skilled Representation For Hawaii Residents And Tourists

At Cronin, Fried, Sekiya, Kekina & Fairbanks, we represent local residents and Hawaii tourists who have suffered brain injuries from serious accidents suffered in incidents such as:

  • Car, truck and motorcycle accidents
  • Drunk driving accidents
  • Medical malpractice
  • Recreational and tourist activities

Our firm will investigate the cause of your accident, determine who is responsible and seek compensation to cover your current and long-term expenses and damages associated with the injury. Our experience and dedication to helping clients have resulted in a long list of verdicts and settlements on behalf of many of our seriously injured clients.

Understanding Traumatic Brain Injuries

Traumatic brain injury affects each victim differently. Symptoms of a severe TBI may include memory loss, hearing or vision impairment, headache, loss of concentration, sleep disturbance, confusion, depression, personality changes, coma and more.

It is often difficult for family members to understand and accept the changes brought on by TBI. In some cases, symptoms of TBI do not appear until weeks or months after the initial accident. The impact of a brain injury may be profound. Our firm is dedicated to seeking compensation on behalf of victims and their families that considers the multiple effects of a brain injury.

Contact Us Today ~ We Can Help You

To speak to a lawyer about your legal options following an accident, contact our law firm in Honolulu by calling 808-524-1433 or 800-227-8601 toll free, or by contacting us online.