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New Orleans Brain Injury Lawyers

Facing Medical Bills After a Traumatic Brain Injury? We Can Help!

Each year, thousands of Americans face costly medical bills due to traumatic brain injuries. Visits to the emergency room are not cheap, nor is the lifetime of care you may need after a catastrophic injury. If you are a resident of New Orleans or the surrounding areas and believe your brain trauma is the result of a negligent party, we may be able to help. Our lawyers have a long track record of providing excellent care and assistance, and we will do everything in our power to win your case, too.

Click here to see for yourself the past victories that allowed us to recover millions of dollars on behalf of our clients. Our firm achieves results like this because we have the knowledge and resources required to fully investigate claims and present the evidence needed to win.

Whether you’re dealing with long-term brain damage or an injury that puts you out of work temporarily, you can count on us to go above and beyond to help you recover.

For the convenience of our clients, we have offices throughout Louisiana. Our main office is located in New Orleans, but we have locations in:

We are a locally owned and operated business and always strive to maximize the value of every case presented to us. Are you unsure of whether or not you should hire a brain injury lawyer? Don’t worry— we offer free consultations to help you decide what’s right for you.

If you are the victim of brain trauma, let some of the best attorneys in New Orleans represent you. We are a firm that is founded on integrity and trust, and we want you to receive the fair and thorough representation that you deserve.

Fighting for Your Rights in New Orleans, LA

Every year, thousands of Americans suffer from brain injuries. These injuries can be caused by a variety of accidents, including car & truck accidents, medical mistakes, and dangerous or defective products. While any form of traumatic brain injury is serious and can affect a victim’s life in many ways, more subtle injuries can be difficult to diagnose and identify.

This doesn’t mean you don’t have a right to pursue compensation. If you’ve suffered a brain injury, you may have a long road to recovery ahead and you need all the help and compensation you can get. Even a “minor” concussion can lead to complications and significant financial losses.

By pursuing the compensation you deserve, you can gain access to the best medical care available.

Our personal injury team at The Voorhies Law Firm can help you protect your rights and your future. Contact us today.




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Have you or someone you love suffered a brain injury? Contact The Voorhies Law Firm for dedicated legal advocacy. We have been serving clients for years and we are proud of our ability to effectively represent injury victims and their families.

Our team works on a contingency fee basis. You will not owe us a penny unless we win your case.

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Traumatic Brain Injury Statistics in the United States

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), brain injuries affect millions of people in the United States every year.

We’ve highlighted some relevant statistics below:

  • For children and adults aged 1 to 44, traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are the number-one cause of death and disability nationwide
  • About 52,000 people are killed because of TBIs annually
  • Approximately 1.5 million people visit emergency rooms because of head injuries in the United States every year
  • Between 1.6 million and 3.8 million traumatic brain injuries are caused by sports accidents every year
  • Men are twice as likely as women to suffer brain damage

Approximately 2 percent of Americans are currently living with TBIs – this adds up to about 5.3 million people.

Symptoms of Brain Injuries

While brain injuries often go undetected and can vary severity, there are signs that can indicate a bigger problem.

Common symptoms of TBIs include:

  • headaches
  • dizziness
  • blurry vision
  • difficulty recalling memories
  • challenges grasping new information

If you have experienced an accident and believe that you may have suffered a brain injury, seek medical attention immediately.

Don’t worry about the cost – our lawyers will work our hardest to help you afford the care and medical treatment you need.

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