Accidents and Closed-Head Injuries

Motor vehicle accidents and falling accidents are two of the leading causes of brain injuries in the United States each year.

In some cases, these brain injuries are the result of direct trauma to the head (the head striking or being struck by something). In other cases, the damage is caused indirectly by the brain crashing against the inside of the human skull (the sudden deceleration common in many car, truck and motorcycle accidents is a known cause of brain injuries). In any case, the amount of financial compensation required to care for medical needs and all of the other economic and non-economic losses associated with brain injuries can be immense.

For immediate legal help in Maryland, the District of Columbia or northern Virginia — contact Rowe Weinstein & Sohn, PLLC. Our attorneys have extensive experience. We use that experience and our other resources to protect your rights. Our commitment to helping you recover will never be in doubt.

Achieving the Right Result May Take Time

Because brain injuries are not always obvious, it is important not to settle cases that may involve any type of direct or indirect head trauma too quickly.

At Rowe Weinstein & Sohn, PLLC, we understand that symptoms of traumatic brain injury may not be detectable for some time after an accident. Because of that, we use great care to determine the maximum amount we can pursue in order to cover all costs — past, present and future. We do our own thorough investigation, carefully review the facts and work with medical specialists and other experts so that if or when an acceptable out-of-court settlement cannot be reached — we will be fully prepared to protect your rights and interests in a court of law.

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Our lawyers are available to meet with you whenever and wherever is most convenient. To schedule an appointment, call us in Rockville, Maryland, at 1-888-340-7583. Please feel free to contact us by e-mail as well.

We handle brain injury cases on a contingent fee basis, which means that you will not be asked to pay any legal fees unless we obtain a verdict or settlement on your behalf.