Frequently Asked Questions

Richmond Brain Injury Lawyers Can Give You Answers

At Cantor Stoneburner Ford Grana & Buckner, we are dedicated to accurately portraying the needs and circumstances of our clients suffering from brain injuries. As part of a team, our Richmond brain injury lawyers exhaustively investigate, research, and represent your case! We are among the most experienced trial lawyers in Virginia and the rest of the country, and we would be honored to represent you. Take a look at the following to see if some of your questions concerning brain injuries are answered.

If your question is not sufficiently addressed, or you are just looking for more information, call Cantor Stoneburner Ford Grana & Buckner at (888) 337-0477!

Why does Cantor Stoneburner Ford Grana & Buckner practice brain injury law?

Because brain injuries are so commonly underestimated in terms of their severity and extent, many brain injury victims are undercompensated. At Cantor Stoneburner Ford Grana Buckner, our Richmond brain injury lawyers strive to present our clients’ cases in such a way that help the jury understand exactly what our client is going through.

This means we have to spend extensive time with the client, the client’s family, and in case investigation in order to really be able to communicate the essence of the problem. We are passionate about providing a voice for the injured, and about using our professional experience to secure a client’s future and wellbeing.

Why should I hire an experienced traumatic brain injury attorney?

The casual observer may assume that the victim of a brain injury is hardly suffering. Outwardly, the injured victim may look fine, even act fairly normally. However, internally, the victim may be suffering mental as well as physical damage that impacts every area of his life. It is vital to hire an experienced attorney who knows how to collect proper evidence and how to portray that evidence in a way that fully communicates the situation to a jury. Without the help of a brain injury attorney, the victim might receive little to no compensation, and certainly not the compensation they deserve.

What is the most common type of mild brain injury?

An injury to the brain presents a complex set of problems. Most mild brain injuries involve diffuse axonal injuries. This means that the white matter of the brain has been injured. This is the part of the brain cell that transmits information. A diffuse axonal injury means that the connections have been twisted or damaged so that the information is being transmitted incorrectly, or not at all. Explaining the extent of these injuries is difficult without the help of a skilled brain injury attorney who can communicate clearly to a jury concerning the nature of the problem.

What is the difference between anatomical imaging and functional brain imaging?

Anatomical imaging shows the structure of the brain and can show the injury that has been suffered. On the other hand, functioning imagery shows the functioning or metabolism of the brain, not the anatomy. It shows how the brain is malfunctioning. An attorney needs to evaluate both the physical damage, but more than that, the functioning of the brain to get a more accurate grasp of the situation. Certain tests such as the EEG, PET scan, and SPECT scan can give a more comprehensive perspective.

Further Questions? Call a Trusted Richmond Brain Injury Lawyer.

Since 1979, our firm has prided itself on hard work and dedication. Our team of Richmond brain injury attorneys give every case their all in pursuit of justice and securing a positive future on behalf of their clients. We have obtained over 100 verdicts and settlements exceeding one million dollars, many of which were for clients suffering from brain injuries. You could be next!

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