From playgrounds with dangerous equipment to motor vehicle collisions, people injure their brains in many ways. Unfortunately, some of these injuries are the result of an intentional act, such as physical assault. Many of the brain injuries that occur in the U.S. each year are caused by an attack and the consequences can be absolutely devastating for victims. In some instances, a brain injury may be so severe that the victim will never be able to enjoy the lifestyle they had prior to the attack. Kampf, Schiavone & Associates understands the obstacles that those with injured brains face and we hope that people struggling with these injuries can move forward.
People are assaulted in many ways, whether they are struck over the head with a chair or another object or someone throws an item and it hits someone in the head. Moreover, people may be struck by another person’s fist or even tripped or shoved, causing them to hit their head on the ground. If an attacker violates the law by assaulting an innocent person, their actions cannot be left unaddressed. Rather, they should be held responsible to the full extent of the law.
Sometimes, brain injuries are immediately evident, while some injuries show signs later on. Some victims are able to heal and recover, while others suffer from problems brought on by an injury for their entire lives. If you head over to our personal injury section, more on brain injuries and other types of serious injuries people suffer can be found.