Comprehensive Legal Support For Brain And Spinal Cord Injuries
The Denver, Colorado, Law Office of Patricia M. Jarzobski, P.C., understands that traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries require a comprehensive legal approach. In addition to providing legal counsel and litigation support, we also shine the spotlight on the true face of your long-term medical needs.
Working with your doctors and health care providers is a critical part of your case. You need to know if you will have any permanent impairment or restrictions. You need to know if you will need future medical treatment. We work with your doctors to prove how the accident caused your injuries and to show how your injuries may impact your family life, work life, and your favorite activities. If you need future medical care, we work with your health care providers to fully understand the type and the cost of your future medical treatment.
The Sorts Of Representation We Provide
Our Denver team is attuned to the complex legal and medical implications of permanent injuries. Whether caused by car crashes or serious truck accidents or a collision on the ski slopes, we can help you receive compensation for:
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs)
- Severe head wounds
- Spinal cord injuries
- Serious neck injuries
Our lead attorney, Patricia M. Jarzobski, has more than 25 years of experience providing effective legal support for complex, permanent injuries. We understand that you may face confusing insurance procedures. Our goal is to maximize your insurance benefits to ensure that you have the proper access to all necessary long-term medical treatment.
Our first step in a brain or spinal cord injury case is always a thorough investigation of your accident to help preserve evidence of liability. This may include interviewing witnesses, reconstructing the accident, and discussing your prognosis with your doctors to determine the extent and severity of your injuries. Their evaluations of your injuries can help prove liability and illustrate the full scope of your injury and the care that will be required.
We work with a team to put together your case. Other team members include life care planners, cognitive rehabilitation specialists, doctors and therapists who can estimate the extent and cost of your future care. If you find yourself in an insurance payment dispute, we can also step in and help resolve that aspect of your case.