Sometimes injuries are claimed that cannot be seen. Following an accident, some people suffer from difficulty concentrating, difficulty finding words, increased anger and irritability, and sometimes even debilitating forgetfulness.
Measuring the effects of a claimed brain injury is difficult. It involves talking with those around the person to find the differences between before the accident and after the accident. It involves testing to figure out what a person's current capabilities are, and to what any differences can be attributed. It involves looking at all treatment to ensure the a claimant has properly mitigated their damages.
Issaquah Law Group is experienced with traumatic brain injury litigation. Having litigated these claims both from the Plaintiff and Defense perspectives. We thoroughly investigate the claims, utilizing a variety of expert witnesses skilled at determining whether the claims are genuine or the result of "faking bad", including use of neuropsychologists, psychiatrists, neurologists, and even speech pathologists. We investigate lay witnesses to determine whether the picture a claimant has painted is indeed the case.
Having worked these claims both for Plaintiffs and Defendants, we are able to anticipate how the claims are presented by Plaintiff's counsel, and can quickly and effectively move the case to resolution while minimizing exposure. We have the experience to give a full and proper assessment of these difficult to assess injuries.