Anoxic Brain Injury – How Do I Seek Compensation?

The brain is the body’s master controller, and as such, it must always be supplied with the cofactors and compounds it needs in order to keep the whole body running as smoothly as possible. Brain cells are extremely sensitive to oxygen and the lack of it, and as such, they tend to start dying after approximately four minutes of oxygen deprivation. Individuals who have suffered complete lack of oxygen to the brain for over four minutes are said to have suffered anoxic brain injury, one of the most catastrophic forms of brain injury that may require long-term care. This kind of brain injury is often seen in newborns who suffered a birth injury where the doctor took too long to get the baby out of the birth canal, or those who were in a car accident and did not receive prompt medical care as well as those that got injured in isolated locations where help took time to arrive. Anoxic brain injury almost always has a negligent component to it due to the severity of these injuries. To this end, if you or a loved one suffered an anoxic brain injury, you may be entitled to money damages, and we’re here to help you retrieve them.

Are you looking for a best brain injury attorney? Please call us NOW at (773) 825-3605 to learn more about our legal options for justice and compensation. The experienced brain oxygen deprivation lawyers at McCready Law bring to the table over 90 YEARS of combined legal experience that we’d love to put to work on your case. What makes us a cut above the rest is the fact that we are not afraid to litigate, having tried over 70 cases over the years in front of a Judge or jury. In addition to having a bilingual staff (hablamos Espanol), all cases are handled by experienced attorneys, and not paralegals. Lastly, all cases are taken on on contingency fee basis, which means that there are absolutely NO UPFRONT FEES for the duration of the processing of the claim. Regardless of where you currently are in the country, we can help you with your claim; simply call us NOW at (773) 825-3605 to learn more about your legal options: the call is 100% FREE!

Here are some of the symptoms of anoxic brain injury:

  1. The patient may lost complete consciousness for an extended amount of time
  2. Weakness and dizziness
  3. Poor judgment
  4. Loss of memory
  5. One may become disoriented
  6. You may have a hard time walking or remembering how to walk
  7. You may constantly forget words or slur your speech

Neck Injury and Anoxic Brain Injury

Neck injuries are notorious for producing anoxia, especially if the neck snaps such as in the case of diving into a shallow pool or in a head-on auto collision. This can interrupt the flow of oxygen from the lungs to the brain.

Anoxic Brain Injury Lawyers – Call Us NOW!

As with all personal injury lawsuits, in order to recover money damages, you must prove that the other party, through some form of liability, was negligent.  We will help when it comes to investigating the whole affair, ensure that your medical records are in sync with your injuries, and help call forth medical and other experts. Need to learn more about how to get started on your anoxic brain injury lawsuit? Please call us NOW at (773) 825-3605 – thanks, and we look forward to helping you.