Piergrossi & Peterman, LLP
Representing Citizens of New York since 1967
Many people don't realize that a brain injury may not show medical effects until many weeks, months and even years after the accident. People who take a severe bump to the head often appear to suffer only minor headache or disorientation associated with a mild concussion. Many brain injury victims never fully recognize their own symptoms, such as memory loss and momentary confusion. It is only after a family member, a co-worker or a teacher begins to notice a change in behavior that a brain injury might become evident. For young children, in particular, injuries and symptoms may not be apparent until a delay is evident in their normal development.
If you or a loved one has suffered a head injury in an accident, don't assume that everything will be all right. Piergrossi & Peterman, LLP, has the resources and experience to immediately investigate the injury to determine its full extent and likely cause. We are connected with medical specialists who provide a full assessment of the injury and provide expert testimony about the future impact of brain damage for the victim and caregivers. Insurance defense lawyers often call brain injury the "non-existent injury." We make sure that the judge and jury understand just how real the effects are on you and your family.
We accept referrals from other law practices that are seeking experienced representation to help their clients recover full compensation for brain injuries.
Many personal injury litigation firms only prepare for a trial when they realize that a fair settlement isn't possible. Right from the beginning, CPP prepares your case to win in court. Because we do that, opposing insurance lawyers know they have to take us seriously. Our trial attorneys have the experience and professional resources to help your family recover compensation for a lifetime of medical treatment and care required after a serious brain injury. Contact us to discuss your brain injury case right away.