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Georgia Traumatic Brain Injury Lawsuit Procedure


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9/3/2014
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Post-concussion syndrome, a mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) caused by an impact to the head, may not be identified without expert medical attention following an accident. A Clayton County brain injury lawyer at the Law Office of Shane Smith can pursue a Georgia personal injury claim.                                                          

There is a legal procedure in TBI cases that must be followed. First, there must be a valid claim for relief. This requires that the victim was injured by the negligent, reckless, or intentional act of another.

If the parties to the lawsuit do not reach a settlement then your case will proceed to trial. Our attorneys will collaborate with medical experts and other witnesses to demonstrate to the court that the defendant's negligence caused the TBI. A medical expert may be used to explain to the jury how the injuries were caused the offending party's malpractice or negligence. The medical expert may also offer testimony regarding necessary future treatment and rehabilitation. A financial expert may testify about the financial value of a victim's lost wages and diminished earning capacity.

The Law Offices of Shane Smith will aggressively pursue a brain injury case to get fair compensation for the victim. Call Clayton County brain injury lawyer Shane Smith for a free consultation.



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Shane Smith
Advocate for the Seriously Injured in Georgia

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