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Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Legal Resource For People Seeking Legal Options Unveiled at

Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) February 28, 2013

Those who suffered TBI related injuries can now avail of new information and support resources made available by In addition to the new information, some of the nations top trial lawsuit attorneys are being made available to provide legal claim reviews for people with questions.

The regularly updated support information is now available at the official website, and both the injured party and the family of the victim qualify for the legal review being made available.

To get help, visitors need only fill out a few details relating to their case using a secure, 100% confidential online form that takes less than 2 minutes to complete. Following the completion of a request a real attorney will review the details and respond as soon as possible.

"Our guarantee to you is that you will be treated with the dignity and respect you deserve. Not all cases have merit under the eyes of the law, but everyone deserves to be heard," stated Christopher M. Levin with

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) an estimated 1.7 million people suffer a brain injuries that are traumatic in nature each year in the United States with combined costs of $76.5 billion, comparable to Hurricane Sandy level devastation each year.

Furthermore, it is estimated by that victims of a TBI pay between $85,000 and $3 million during the first year of treatment. In addition to the initial cost, survivors of traumatic brain injury bear a lifetime financial burden of between $600,000 and $1,875,000 as a result of their injury. The emotional cost cannot be measured.

There are many ways one can suffer a head injury:

  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Falls
  • Violence
  • Sports injuries
  • Explosive blasts

"For the injured, the initial trauma is only the beginning. The fight to recover the previous life lost, the battle for rehabilitation and recovery is a daily struggle. They deserve our respect and to be treated with dignity," added Mr. Levin.

According to the website, filing a lawsuit following a traumatic injury does not solve every problem, but working with a trusted attorney will ensure the needs of the clients are not ignored.

Experienced lawsuit attorneys standing-by ready to help ensure the needs of injured are heard. Do not settle for being treated with less than the dignity and respect everyone deserves.

Questions? Get answers from a real attorney, click here today:

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