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Getting Results For Your Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Case

Unlike broken bones, severe burns or paralysis, traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) may not be immediately perceptible. However, these injuries can be just as catastrophic and life-altering.

Recovering from a severe or even mild traumatic brain injury may require life-long rehabilitation, live-in medical assistance and other costly expenses. If you or a loved one is suffering brain trauma caused by another person’s negligence or carelessness, you should not be responsible for covering these expenses. At Scott & Cain, our attorneys are dedicated to holding the at-fault party liable.

Contact us at 865-525-2150 to talk to us about your personal injury case today.

We Put Our Experience To Work For You

At Scott & Cain, our lawyers have represented countless brain and head trauma victims over the course of our legal careers. We have over 70 years of collective trial experience that we put to work for you.

Our Knoxville firm is one of the few personal injury firms that represent car accident victims and medical malpractice victims in court. Throughout Tennessee, other attorneys refer their clients to our firm because they know that we are equipped to handle these complex cases.

We advocate for clients who have suffered TBIs due to:

We understand that the stakes are high in traumatic injury cases. After a catastrophic accident, the TBI victim may suffer cognitively and emotionally. These injuries can change the victim’s personality and make it difficult to complete straightforward tasks. A brain injury victim may not be able to hold a steady job or live independently, which creates immense hardship for the victim and family members.

When we advocate for you, we will fight to secure maximum compensation for these injuries, lost wages, pain and suffering and other damages. You can rest assured that we will explore all opportunities to ensure that you receive the outcome you deserve.

Do You Think That You Have A Case?

Tennessee traumatic brain injury victims have a brief time to file a personal injury claim. Don’t risk losing your ability to pursue legal action; contact our firm today.

During your free case evaluation, our attorneys will honestly assess your case so that you are aware of your options before you act. Schedule your appointment online, or contact us at 865-525-2150.