There Is No Such Thing As A Minor Brain Injury

Brain injuries, even if they seem minor, can have lifelong physical and psychological effects for victims. The expenses from medical bills, lost wages and other damages even drive some victims into debt. Fortunately, there are options if you or someone you love has suffered a life-altering traumatic brain injury (TBI).

At Agricola Law, LLC, we can help you explore these options. For years, our attorneys have represented injured clients throughout Alabama and Georgia. With a broad skill set, we know how to approach a range of diverse cases involving head injuries of all kinds, including:

  • Concussions
  • Contusions
  • Coups-contrecoups
  • Hemorrhage
  • Hematomas
  • Skull fractures
  • Recurrent TBIs

As lawyers, we offer more than just legal counsel. We care deeply about how you are doing in your personal recovery after an accident. When you work with Agricola Law, you can rely on us not only for representation but also for personal investment.

The Symptoms You Should Know About

Traumatic brain injuries do not always manifest immediately after a car crash, a slip-and-fall injury or any other type of accident. Instead, they sometimes take weeks or even months. Some of the telltale symptoms may include:

  • Dizziness
  • Confusion
  • Drowsiness
  • Change in mood or personality
  • Memory problems
  • Motor skill problems
  • Attention and focus issues

In Alabama and Georgia, you have up to two years after the date of an accident to file a personal injury lawsuit. So, even if your injury is not recent, you should still consult a doctor and an attorney.

The Communities We Serve

We are respected members of the legal communities of Opelika, Auburn, Phenix City, Valley, Lanett, Beulah, Salem, Smith Station and Montgomery, Alabama, as well as Columbus, Georgia. Our attorneys regularly represent clients in courts in Russell County, Lee County, Chambers County, Macon County, Randolph County, Montgomery County, Tallapoosa County, Elmore County and Autauga County, Alabama, and Muscogee County, Harris County and Troup County, Georgia.

Learn About Your Options In A Free Consultation

Our knowledgeable team can help you seek compensation for your damages. When it comes to personal injury cases, we work on a contingency fee basis. You will not owe us any fees unless we recover compensation for your damages. We also provide free consultations in which you can speak with one of our team members about your injury. To get your consultation, call our St. Opelika office at 334-610-1064 or send us an email.