Fort Myers Brain Injury Lawyer

A brain injury is a frightening experience that occurs when a blow damages the brain to the head or another sudden event. Unfortunately, the signs and symptoms may not often appear right away. They appear a few days or weeks after the accident, which might catch the victim off guard. This delayed onset might be confusing. It may be challenging to determine the cause of the brain injury.

You need a brain injury lawyer to help you retrace your steps and gather proof of the cause. Our Fort Myers brain injury lawyers can focus on the source of the injury, identify the responsible party, and demand the maximum compensation available. Cases involving brain injuries are legally tricky, with numerous obstacles and tasks to overcome before anything can be settled. Our brain injury attorneys will get engaged as soon as possible to get to the bottom of your specific issue and pave the way for the best possible outcome. Call us at (239) 747-7473 for a free consultation or visit us at 9160 Forum Corporate Parkway, Suite 350, Fort Myers, FL 33905.

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Personal Injury & Bicycle Accident Case Results

$8.2 Million

For a truck driver injured on the job and unable to work his regular hours...

$5.5 Million

For a man injured in a shooting during a Halloween party that could have been...

$1.3 Million

For a group of men who were injured in a Chipotle Mexican Grille when the...

$1.1 Million

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*Amounts before attorney and medical fees and costs. Each case is unique - clients may or may not obtain the same or similar results.


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Steinger, Greene & Feiner knows how to support brain injury survivors and create cases to get a fair result, thanks to many years of combined experience in handling brain injuries. At every stage of the legal process, we’ll clarify your options and include you in the decision-making process. While 80-90% of our cases settle out of court before trial, you will find our lawyers representing your case to the court if your case reaches the court.

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"Outstanding!!! First class service from the moment I made my first call. Very responsive, very professional, very polite and they did everything they said they were going to do. From

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It takes more than financial compensation to recover from a brain injury. We go above and beyond the responsibilities of a typical personal injury lawyer to provide specific care, education or work return plans, or other rehabilitation plans for brain and head injuries. We’ll start to work straight immediately if we believe you have a good case. We are only compensated if your claim is successfully resolved through settlement or trial. You don’t have to pay anything unless we succeed. Brain injuries are that medical imaging typically appears normal, and patients are told that they will recover quickly.

However, some brain damage survivors have symptoms that last for years, if not a lifetime. We understand the complexities of brain and head injury cases and how to manage them best, representing hundreds of brain damage sufferers. Our specialist team of experts can help you navigate the legal and rehabilitation process to achieve the greatest short- and long-term results. Many lawyers lack the knowledge and resources necessary to handle complex brain injury and medical malpractice cases.

Most Common Questions Asked About Brain Injury Lawsuits

What is a brain injury?

A brain injury is a brain injury often caused by external head trauma, violent movement of the skull, or a lack of oxygen. Brain injuries can happen due to auto accidents; medical negligence falls from great heights, construction mishaps, and other events.

How can I tell whether I’ve suffered a brain injury?

A brain injury can cause a wide range of signs and symptoms. Symptoms can be mild, and they don’t always appear right after a traumatic experience. Loss of consciousness, headaches, blurred vision, dizziness, loss of balance or coordination, nausea or vomiting, exhaustion, mood swings, memory or attention problems, sleep pattern disturbances, and sensitivity to light or sound are all possible symptoms. These brain injuries can result in permanently impaired mental, physical or social functioning.

What rights do I own if I have suffered a brain injury in an accident or due to medical malpractice?

You have the right to be compensated by the liable person if you or a loved one has suffered brain damage due to wrongful or negligent action. Brain injuries can have long-term effects for victims and their families, including high medical costs, long-term rehabilitation, problems, and decreased function, making returning to work or living an everyday life difficult or impossible. Our brain injury lawyers collaborate with vocational experts, medical experts, and other specialists to determine and secure appropriate compensation for medical costs, rehabilitation costs, lost earnings and earning capacity, pain and suffering, and impairment.

What are the time limits for filing a brain injury lawsuit?

While most personal injury and medical malpractice cases must be brought within a two years time limit, shorter or longer time may apply depending on the circumstances. When calculating the time limit, a number of factors come into play. Let’s say a lawsuit isn’t filed within the legal deadline. In that event, the claimant’s right to recover money damages will be forever lost; hence the critical calculation should be done as quickly as feasible by expert attorneys.

How much will it cost to hire a brain injury lawyer?

Our brain injury cases are accepted on a contingency basis, meaning you owe nothing unless and until you win a settlement or verdict. If you win a settlement or judgment, the legal fee is a percentage of the amount of

If I bring a brain injury lawsuit, will I have to go to court?

While many instances involving traumatic brain injuries settle before going to trial, there is always the possibility that you will need to go to trial to get the compensation you deserve. As a result, hiring an attorney with extensive trial expertise and a track record of success in traumatic brain injury cases is critical. When the other party knows your attorney is a talented and experienced trial lawyer, they are more likely to settle before going to trial.

Stages of a Brain Injury Lawsuit

Suppose you’ve had a brain injury; first of all, contact one of our professional brain injury lawyers in Fort Myers to file a lawsuit against the person responsible for it.

  • Our first step is to consult with doctors and expert witnesses to assess your medical needs. They may make an assessment based on your medical records, or they may have additional questions. You may need to have further examinations.
  • When you are medically stable, our law firm will usually prepare a settlement demand.
  • The insurance companies will look at the demand and might offer to settle your brain injury case. Mostly, insurance companies will try to prolong this process to make you frustrated and initially accept a low offer settlement from them. However, our lawyer would ensure that you get the compensation that covers all your medical bills, future and present, and all other financial hardships you are facing.
  • But if the insurance company will not negotiate a reasonable settlement, our attorney will prepare and file a complaint, which officially opens your brain injury lawsuit. The plaintiff is the injured person while the defendant(s) caused or contributed to the injuries.
  • The court arranges a trial date when the lawsuit is filed. It sets dates for informing the other parties, exchanging information, and meeting with a neutral mediator. Your lawyer’s office will engage with you to answer inquiries and give information for the discovery process.
  • They will assist you in preparing for a deposition, which is a court-recorded statement. Before going to trial, all parties meet with a mediator in a final attempt to achieve an amicable agreement. Any settlement offers made by the defendants would be discussed by our lawyer.

The lawsuit process was created to take a long time. Courts encourage both parties to work out their differences and reach a settlement agreement. A trial is supposed to be the final option, used only when other resolution methods have failed.