Brain and Spinal Cord Injury

Connecticut brain injury lawyers

Devastating Injuries to The Brain and Spinal Cord

Spinal cord and brain injuries have permanent impacts on your quality of life and, in some cases, ability to live independently. Not only do they call for continued medical attention, but paralysis in connection to the spinal cord trauma also creates risks for additional health issues. You may lose the ability to move muscles and feel sensations in the parts of your body below the site of the injury.

Consequences of a Brain Injury

Brain injuries may have many side effects, both physical and mental. The consequences of a brain injury depend on which part of the brain was affected and to what extent.
  • Physical Side EffectsMay include paralysis, decreased motor control, dizziness, vision changes, imbalance, constant fatigue, breathing difficulties, nausea, tremors and speech impediments.
  • Mental Side EffectsMay include hallucinations, difficulty recognizing words, faces and objects, short-term memory loss, amnesia, behavioral changes, diminished interest in sexual activities, uncontrollable talking, decreased intelligence and mental disability.
  • Coma or DeathWorst case, the result of a brain injury could result in death or a coma.
Connecticut Spinal Cord and Brain Injury Lawyers

McCoy & McCoy

At McCoy & McCoy, we believe that victims of negligence deserve to be compensated when someone else causes them harm. This is especially true if you are left with permanent injuries and disabilities.

We combine our experience with our passion, utilizing all evidence, medical experts and eye witness testimonies to ensure that you have the best chance for a maximum recovery. Our Connecticut brain injury lawyers want to see you fully provided and compensated for what you have been forced through, from medical costs to future predicted lost income.

McCoy & McCoy, Attorneys At Law

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Specialized Legal Assistance for Accident Victims in Connecticut

The experienced brain injury lawyers in CT at McCoy & McCoy can review your case and help you make informed decisions about the best line of action moving forward. We are here to help, always and in all ways, so we encourage you to call our firm as soon as possible.

Our principal lawyer, Frank McCoy Jr., is certified in civil trial law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy – a distinction that fewer than 0.5 percent of all Connecticut lawyers have earned.

We have served victims of devastating personal injuries and their families throughout Connecticut since 1960.

The New Haven brain and spinal cord injury lawyers prepare your case for victory at trial from the outset, so we can secure your full and fair compensation either through negotiated settlement or jury trial.

Please call our Hartford brain injury law firm today at 860-936-9274, or complete a free case evaluation form to get prompt response from a Connecticut brain and spinal cord injury lawyer about your case.