Help Victims of Traumatic Brain Injury 

William R. Kendall is a traumatic brain injury lawyer in Reno, NV, who has been helping victims since 1994. Offering a free consultation, Mr. Kendall provides competent and knowledgeable representation, aggressively pursuing full and fair compensation for your injuries. A traumatic brain injury can affect your health, mood, relationships, ability to work, and much more. In many cases, these injuries have a lifelong effect requiring ongoing care and treatment. Mr. Kendall can build a case on your behalf to demonstrate who is responsible for your losses and the effect that the negligent party's actions have had on your life. Although he will explore the possibility of reaching a settlement, he will not hesitate to take your case to court.

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A traumatic brain injury can have devastating and far-reaching consequences. Victims need the right legal representation in order to collect compensation for their losses.

What Is a Traumatic Brain Injury?

A Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is caused by any force to the head that causes a disruption of normal brain activity. The force can be caused by bumping your head during a car accident, being hit by a falling object on public or private property, and falls from high places. The damage can be minor or quite severe, requiring medical attention to determine the severity of the TBI. Once a doctor has evaluated you, a treatment plan can be developed and the plan may be short- or long-term. In any case, the road to recovery is often quite painful and expensive.

During your free, no-obligation consultation, Mr. Kendall can determine if you have grounds for a personal injury lawsuit.

Filing a Traumatic Brain Injury Lawsuit

The first thing you should do is seek immediate medical attention if you have been in an accident and suffer a TBI. Symptoms include:

  • Chronic headaches
  • Uncontrollable vomiting or nausea
  • Slurred speech or blurred vision
  • Irritability and restlessness
  • Loss of coordination
  • Extreme drowsiness
  • Dizziness
  • Behavioral and/or mood changes
  • Sensitivity to noise or lighting
  • Ringing in your ears

If you or a loved one has suffered a TBI and you believe it resulted from another party's negligence, you should talk with an attorney. During your free consultation, Mr. Kendall can determine if you have a case, and set about pursuing what you are owed. You pay nothing unless he is able to collect a settlement or jury award on your behalf.

Types Of Damages in Traumatic Brain Injury Cases

It is typical to request compensation in a TBI case for:

  • Medical expenses, both immediate and ongoing
  • Any damage done to your personal property, such as damage to your car 
  • Lost wages
  • Loss of future earnings
  • Pain and suffering, which is usually reserved for the most extreme cases.

When you partner with us, we prepare you for what to expect and keep you updated at every step along the way. Our goal is to get you the maximum recovery you deserve.

Contact Us

For help in a traumatic brain injury case, contact us online, or call our office at (775) 376-5142. During your free, no-obligation consultation, Mr. Kendall can determine if you have grounds for a personal injury lawsuit.

William R. Kendall, Esq.

Law Office of William R. Kendall

The Law Office of William R. Kendall has served the legal needs of Reno, NV, for over 25 years. As your personal injury lawyer, Bill Kendall can provide his counsel for a range of legal issues including:

  • Car Accidents
  • Casino Injuries 
  • Slip and Fall
  • Bad Faith Insurance
  • Truck Accidents

To schedule a free consultation today, contact Bill Kendall online or call (775) 324-6464​.

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