The American Academy of Brain Injury Attorneys is a select group of experienced brain injury attorneys from across the United States. Membership is by invitation only and is limited to the top 100 attorneys who concentrate their legal practice on representing individuals and families following a traumatic brain injury.
We serve traumatic brain injury victims throughout the United States.
Each day, thousands of individuals will sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI), often as a result of the negligence of others. Yet, unfortunately, many of these persons will not have adequate legal representation to protect their rights and obtain the compensation they so justly deserve.
Victims of brain damage injuries caused by the negligence of others in vehicle accidents including car accidents, bus accidents, or truck crashes, and those with a traumatic brain injury as a result of falls, construction site accidents, train wrecks, and landlord carelessness, are entitled to experienced attorneys who understand traumatic brain injuries. Members of the Academy also represent victims of medical malpractice including the failure to diagnose strokes and other neurological disorders.
Recovery from a traumatic brain injury is a long journey, both physically and emotionally. It is one that involves hope, fear, courage, and the support of many. You need an attorney on your side who understands brain injury and its long term impact. You need a lawyer that can work with you and your family to see that you obtain the compensation that you deserve.
The Academy of Brain Injury Attorneys promotes the highest standards of representation, integrity, and honor. We believe that it is our ethical responsibility to vigorously advocate for the rights of brain damage injury survivors; promote brain injury awareness and education; and support brain injury prevention initiatives.
Membership in the American Academy of Brain Injury Attorneys is by invitation only. Only the most highly qualified brain injury lawyers in America are invited to join this prestigious group.
Members are chosen based upon their experience, knowledge and commitment to the representation of victims of brain damage. They all are active members in their state brain injury associations and in national and state trial lawyer groups.
Our Mission: Representing Victims of Brain Damage Injuries with Competence and Integrity
Our mission is to provide exemplary legal representation to victims of traumatic brain injury and their family members. Our skilled and experienced attorneys will aggressively pursue the rights of brain injury victims ethically and with compassion.
Brain Injury – A National Epidemic
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), traumatic brain injury is a leading cause of disability and death in the United States
In the U.S. each year:
- 52,000 individuals will die as a result of a traumatic brain injury
- 1.4 million individuals will visit an an emergency room as a result of a traumatic brain injury
- 275,000 individuals will be hospitalized as a result of a traumatic brain injury
- Pre-school children, adolescents, and older adults are the groups most impacted by traumatic brain injuries.
The Centers for Disease Control estimates that there are over 5.3 million Americans living with a traumatic brain injury.
How Our Personal Injury Attorneys Can Assist Your Family Member Or Yourself
Our association comprised of skilled personal injury attorneys can provide competent legal representation following a traumatic brain injury caused by all types of accidents. Our attorneys have successfully represented victims of car accidents, truck accidents and bus crashes and all manner of traumatic brain injury. We have successfully represented persons who have sustained brain damage injuries caused by falls and defects in and around premises and brain damage injuries as a result of medical malpractice and hospital malpractice.
Our attorneys represent victims of mild brain injury, moderate brain injury and severe brain injury.
Our attorneys represent accident victims who have suffered all traumatic brain injuries including a brain hemorrhage, coma, concussion, epilepsy or seizure disorder, or skull fracture