The words “brain injury” don’t say what happened.
Who are you? You care about your family. You lead them. You comfort them. You let the little things go. You work, faithfully and hard, to support them. You have a kind word, a hug, a smile for anyone who needs it.
You’re in a car wreck. A truck wreck. A fall where you work. You hurt your head. You’re knocked out. You don’t know how long you were out, or maybe you do – but even though you’re walking and talking, things aren’t the way they were before.
What happens when you can’t make a living because you can’t work…. because you can’t remember, and you can’t concentrate? When you have headaches that don’t let you sleep, that sap your patience. When your temper makes you scream at, or hide from, the ones you love the most. And you don’t know how long it will take before you get better – if you get better.
A brain injury can affect your ability to do basic things. Control your temper. Your fear. Concentrate. Get sleep. Remember. Live without headaches.
You’ll have large medical bills. Lose work. Maybe lose your job. Maybe you’ll never get back to where you were. You’ll have rehab, and you don’t know whether it will be months or years.
A person with a traumatic brain injury struggles to perform even basic tasks. They also face high medical bills and years of rehabilitation. Even after rehab, you may never be able to return to your previous job.
This isn’t your fault. It didn’t have to happen. But someone else went left of center, ran the stop sign, didn’t fix the step, or did something else to cause the accident.
You need someone you can work with. You need a lawyer who knows how to deal with the insurance company, someone you can trust. Someone who will fight for you.
You can call me – Bill Strubbe. My number is 513-621-4775. I’ve been representing injured people for 34 years. I can help you, like I’ve helped the other people I’ve worked for. The people who hurt you need to be held accountable.
Under Ohio law, you are entitled to compensation for your lost wages, medical bills, pain and suffering, and other expenses caused by the accident. I can help you get it.
It costs nothing to call me. It’s confidential, and free.
If you decide to use another lawyer, or deal with the insurance company on your own, that’s OK. But you owe it to yourself – and your family – to get the best advice you can.