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Brain & Spinal Injuries in New York​

Brain & spinal injuries are some of the most catastrophic and devastating injuries that can happen to a person. Whether they happen individually or combined, they are bound to change the trajectory of someone’s life, and that of their loved ones. 

Brain and spinal injuries result in increased mental and  physical fatigue , changes in physical and cognitive functions and also changes in  behaviour, personality and sensory functions.

You Deserve Compensation.

If you or your loved one has suffered a brain or spinal cord injury from someone’s carelessness or negligence, it is crucial that you speak to an experienced New York brain & spinal injury lawyer about your options because these lawsuits are complex.

The right lawyer will work with the right team of experts to get you the maximum amount of compensation that will help you and your family in coping with the injuries.

What Brain & Spinal Injuries Do We Handle?

We handle brain and spinal cord injury lawsuits stemming from:

  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Train and railroad accidents
  • Dangerous products
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Motorbike Accidents
  • Elevator Accidents
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  • Construction and industrial accidents
  • Sports activities
  • Violent acts
  • Slip & Fall accidents
  • Medical Negligence

Determining Liability for a Brain & Spinal Injury

To make a successful brain & spinal injury claim and recover damages, you will need to prove four things in court:

  • The liable party had a duty of care to you.
  • The liable party breached their duty of care to you. 
  • Causal link Your injuries are the direct result of the actions or inactions of the other party
  • There are provable damages that need compensation

In some cases, regarding your brain & spinal injury case, you or your loved might be partly liable in the incident that caused your injury. New York is a comparative negligence state, and in this case, your damages will be reduced by the percentage of negligence you had in the incident.

Steps to Take After a Brain & Spinal Injury


No matter where the accident that caused the brain or spinal injury  happened, make sure you complete an accident report. You can do this with the owner of the premises and the authorities. If you decide to file a lawsuit, the accident report acts as a very important piece of evidence.


Even if you don’t think your injuries are severe, get a conclusive assessment from a doctor so that you can rule out any underlying injuries. In case the assessment discovers any brain or spinal injuries, it will help tie the accident to this while building a case.


After any accident that might result in brain & spinal injury, collect as much evidence as possible that can help in proving your case. This includes police/accident report, medical documentation, photos/videos and eyewitness statements, 


A brain & spinal injury lawyer will keenly look into the details surrounding your case and advise of the best way forward. They will also help identify the party or parties liable for your brain and spinal injury.

How Long Do You Have to File a Brain & Spinal Injury Claim?

In New York, there are strict timelines from the date of your injury to file a brain or spinal cord injury case in court. Timelines for injuries from other accidents and medical malpractice differ, but a lawyer should be able to give best advice on timelines. Brain & spinal cord injury cases are extremely complicated, and the sooner you talk to an attorney, the more time on your hands to prepare everything needed to successfully win your case.

What Type of Compensation Can I Recover?

There are certain types of damages that you can try to get compensation for in a brain & spinal injury case. These include:

  • Medical bills for  doctor’s visits, hospital stays, surgeries, medication, and rehabilitation
  • Lost wages if you cannot work or do house chores ever again. 
  • Structural modifications such as wheelchair ramps, handrails, stairlifts, and widened doorways.
  • Medical devices such as crutches,  wheelchairs or communication devices.
  • Pain and suffering  from physical and emotional distress
  • Loss of companionship (both physical and emotional)

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