Filing a Traumatic Brain Injury Claim to Pay Medical Bills

For neurorehabilitation therapy to be effective, patients often have to follow a long-term treatment plan. They cannot reasonably expect to fully recover overnight. What this means, though, is that TBI patients may feel overwhelmed paying for physical therapy and other rehab. 

Recurring medical expenses can prove very costly. If the traumatic brain injury is the direct result of someone else’s negligence or intentional act, you may be eligible to file a personal injury claim against them. A successful brain injury lawsuit could help you pay for all the rehabilitation you need to regain a better quality of life. Workplace accidents, premises liability cases, slip-and-falls, and pedestrian accidents are common causes of brain injuries where other parties may be liable for damages. 

In one case, Kevin Mottley and Ben Kyber of The Mottley Law Firm partnered with attorneys from the Brain Injury Law Center to represent a woman who was rear-ended at a stop light by a drunk driver. After a year of litigation and five days of trial, the court awarded the TBI victim a settlement of $8 million

When to Call The Mottley Law Firm For a TBI Case

If you or a loved one has recently suffered a brain injury that may have been someone else’s fault, it’s prudent to speak with an experienced attorney right away. We have experience representing many types of personal injury cases, including traumatic brain injuries. After reviewing the details of your case, we’ll explain your legal options to recover damages and pay your rehabilitation bills. 

Worried about the cost of hiring a Virginia brain injury lawyer? The Mottley Law Firm operates on a contingency fee basis. There are no upfront costs, including a free initial consultation. Legal fees are contingent on the successful outcome of the case—this means we don’t get paid unless we secure a settlement for you.
Kevin W. Mottley
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Richmond, VA trial lawyer dedicated to handling brain injuries, car accidents and other serious injury claims
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