Tulsa Brain Injury Lawyers
The brain is the most important organ in the body. Sometimes called the thinking muscle, it controls all bodily functions as well as all the other organs. A brain injury can cause a wide range of injuries ranging from temporary dysfunction to permanent disability to death.
If you have suffered any type of brain injury that was caused by someone else’s negligence, please contact Laizure & Thetford to arrange a free initial consultation and case evaluation. We may be able to help you recover financial compensation for the damages you have suffered.
We help brain injury victims receive compensation for pain and suffering, lost wages and lost future earning potential, medical bills, rehabilitative care, property damage and more. If your home must be modified to make it handicapped accessible, if you will need a handicapped van or a motorized wheelchair, if you need vocational retraining, we will pursue compensation for these expenses in a brain injury lawsuit.
Over the years, our attorneys have helped people with all types of brain injuries caused by negligence, including:
- Traumatic brain injury: A type of closed-head injury, a TBI is caused by a blow to the head hard enough to cause disruption in brain function. A TBI can cause subtle changes like loss of memory and personality changes or severe physical and mental dysfunction. Falls, motor vehicle traffic crashes, being struck by/against an object and assaults are the leading causes of traumatic brain injury, according to the Brain Injury Association of America.
- Lack of oxygen to the brain: The brain needs oxygen to survive. Brain damage or death occurs if it doesn’t get enough oxygen (hypoxic brain injury) or any oxygen (anoxic brain injury). Medical malpractice can cause a critical reduction in blood flow or blood pressure that can lead to these conditions. So can drowning or near-drowning accidents.
From our office in Tulsa, we represent brain injury clients throughout northeast Oklahoma. Our Tulsa brain injury lawyers have more than 85 years of combined legal experience and an impressive record of success in brain injury litigation. To learn if we can assist you, please contact us for a free initial consultation. There is no cost and no obligation.