Trauma may change you, but it need not reduce you. 

The law entitles you to be made whole by those caused your jnjuries. 

The staff at the Manaster Law Firm stands ready, willing, and able to zealously ensure you are made whole as soon as you are ready to start your claim.

BRAIN injury


When the brain is deprive of oxygen it sustains injury. The longer the brain is without oxygen, the more severe the damage ranging from persistent headaches to coma. A victim of acquired brain injury may  encounter include:

  • Memory loss 
  • Deteriorated motor skills
  • Changes in mood
  • Loss taste or smell
  • Problems with slee
  • Reduced appetite
  • Difficulty with concentration
  • Difficulty with speech
If another person’s carelessness or recklessness causes someone brain injury, the injured person is very likely entitled to compensation. In making a claim, it is important to focus on the injury and its devastating effects on the person and their life. Lawyers often overemphasize proving the cause and neglects what is far more important. 

The Manaster Law Firm, of course, makes sure it  has the evidence needed to prove cause. But once that hurdle is passed, it allocates the bulk of its energy and resources on what is most important – our client and doing everything possible to ensure quick and maximum improvement for our client. 



Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can result from a wide range of accidents or incidents, and some of these cases can form the basis of lawsuits. Here are a few types of traumatic brain injuries that may be involved in legal actions:

Closed Head Injury: This occurs when the head experiences a sudden impact or rapid movement, causing the brain to collide with the skull. It can result in concussions, contusions, or diffuse axonal injuries.

Penetrating Injury: These injuries occur when an object penetrates the skull and damages the brain tissue. Examples include gunshot wounds or impalements.

Diffuse Axonal Injury (DAI): DAI is a severe form of TBI that often occurs due to strong rotational or acceleration forces, causing widespread damage to nerve fibers in the brain. It can result from car accidents, shaken baby syndrome, or falls.

Concussion: Concussions are mild traumatic brain injuries commonly caused by blows to the head, falls, or sports-related incidents. Although they are considered mild, they can still have significant consequences and may lead to long-term symptoms or complications.

Contusion: A contusion is a bruise on the brain caused by a direct impact to the head. It can result in localized bleeding, swelling, and damage to the brain tissue.

Cerebral Hypoxia/Anoxia: These injuries occur when the brain doesn’t receive enough oxygen. They can be caused by near-drowning incidents, suffocation, or medical negligence during surgery.

Second Impact Syndrome: This occurs when an individual experiences a second concussion before the first one has fully healed. It can lead to rapid and severe brain swelling, potentially causing long-term disabilities or death.

Traumatic Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: This refers to bleeding in the subarachnoid space, the area between the brain and the tissues that cover it. It can result from head trauma, and if left untreated, it may lead to serious complications.

It’s important to note that the circumstances surrounding each case can vary significantly, and the basis for a lawsuit depends on factors such as negligence, liability, and damages. If you believe you have a potential legal claim related to a traumatic brain injury, it’s advisable to consult with a personal injury attorney who can evaluate the specifics of your case and provide appropriate guidance.


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