A Dedicated Advocate For Brain Injury Victims

Brain injuries have many causes and many effects. The trauma may be massive and leave the victim in a vegetative state. The effects may also be less catastrophic but still lead to changes to an individual's personality, cognitive abilities and emotional stability. In many cases, people who have suffered traumatic brain injuries will require special care for the rest of their lives.

Founding attorney Jeffrey C. Anderson advises and represents clients who have suffered brain injuries due to another party's negligence or misconduct. A former commander of medics at Fort Sam Houston, he is able to identify the relevant medical issues and present them effectively to help our clients get the financial compensation they need. Having practiced law for more than 35 years, attorney Anderson has the knowledge and experience to build strong cases for compensation.

Contact us today to arrange a free consultation. With offices in San Antonio, Texas, we advise and represent clients throughout the U.S. and worldwide.

Experience In A Wide Variety Of Cases

Our firm helps individuals suffering from catastrophic injuries resulting from a variety of circumstances, including:

Working With Experts And Specialists To Build A Strong Case

Brain injury is often associated with spinal cord injury. A victim who has suffered both injuries is usually catastrophically injured and will require care for the rest of his or her life. Our firm works with life care planners, medical specialists and other experts to determine the impact of a brain injury — either by itself or with other serious damage — and develop a strong case for compensation.

We also represent clients who have suffered catastrophic injuries due to military medical malpractice or negligence on the part of government employees.

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Get answers from an experienced lawyer today. Call us in San Antonio at 210-819-5785, or send us an email. Our firm advises and represents clients throughout the U.S. and worldwide.