Anoxic & Hypoxic Brain Injuries
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At Cantor Stoneburner Ford Grana & Buckner, our Richmond brain injury lawyers are among the most experienced trial lawyers throughout Virginia and the rest of the nation! Since 1979, the firm has established an unrivaled track record of success in the area of brain injury litigation. Our lead partner, Irv Cantor, has successfully handled more than 400 brain injury cases in his career—today, it is the largest part of his individual practice.
Our talented and dedicated attorneys work tirelessly on behalf of clients struggling with the life-altering effects of brain injuries. If you or a loved one suffer from a brain injury due to another’s negligence or malpractice, call our offices today. We offer free case evaluations and proven expertise, so we can answer your questions and help you make a confident, well-informed decision.
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Hypoxic & Anoxic Brain Injury Symptoms
Oftentimes, brain injuries result from a lack of oxygen. If the brain is without oxygen for more than four minutes, brain cells begin to die. Anoxia occurs when the brain is totally deprived of oxygen, whereas hypoxia occurs when the brain experiences an inadequate amount of oxygen.
Take a look at symptoms of anoxic & hypoxic brain injuries:
- Lack of coordination
- Lack of communicative skills
- Loss of consciousness
- Visual disturbances
If the brain has been deprived of oxygen for an extensive period of time, even more severe consequences can follow. Some victims of hypoxic or anoxic brain injury may be sent into a vegetative or minimally responsive state, or even die because of the extent of their injury.
Causes of Hypoxic & Anoxic Brain Injury
In pursuing compensation for brain injury cases it is vital to determine what the cause of the injury was. This can be a difficult and complex process without the help of our experienced Richmond brain injury lawyers.
These types of injuries can be caused by the following:
- Near-drowning experiences
- Loss of blood
- Carbon monoxide exposure
- Medical malpractice
- Child birth
Fortunately, at Cantor Stoneburner Ford Grana & Buckner, our team of brain injury attorneys frequently works with a network of professionals who help us investigate each and every case. Our case preparation philosophy is “leave no stone unturned.” We will build a case that is tailor-fit to your needs and circumstances and capable of securing your future.
Our Award-Winning Virginia Attorneys Will Fight On Your Behalf.
At Cantor Stoneburner Ford Grana & Buckner, we employ talented and aggressive Richmond brain injury lawyers, as well as a team of top-notch legal assistants, a full-time investigator, and a part-time registered nurse. We have successfully represented hundreds of clients suffering from brain injuries and have helped them stand up against large companies or medical organizations in pursuit of compensation. By drawing upon the resources of neuropsychologists, neuroradiologists, brain injury specialists, and more, we effectively prepare each case for trial—leading to larger verdicts or higher settlements.
Begin your journey to just compensation with a free case evaluation from Cantor Stoneburner Ford Grana & Buckner. Call (888) 337-0477.
To learn more about anoxic brain injury, take a look the following posts from our Richmond brain injury attorneys on the Cantor Stoneburner Ford Grana & Buckner blog: