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Mississippi Brain Injury Medical Malpractice Attorney

Healthcare providers are required to provide medical treatment that is in accordance with accepted standards of care and practice within the medical community. When a healthcare provider deviates from these well-established protocols, medical errors – resulting in injury or death – often result. If you were injured as a result of medical negligence, you may seek monetary compensation for your injuries. Sessums Dallas PLLC, one of the nation’s leading medical malpractice law firms, offers an initial complimentary case review. Please read on for details.

Brain Injuries and Medical Malpractice, Including Some Symptoms:

Brain injuries – also known as traumatic brain injuries or TBI – result in some of the most serious of all injuries. When a brain injury is caused from deviating from known and accepted standards of medical care, the result is almost certainly medical negligence/medical malpractice. Possible effects and results of brain injuries include – but are not limited to – the following:

  • Short term and long term memory loss
  • Cognitive impairment that may be partial or total
  • Bodily function limitations or total loss of movement
  • Comas that may last for years
  • Alterations in mood, consciousness, alertness, functioning
  • Changes in thought and speech patterns and abilities
  • Sight and/or sound abnormalities
  • Constant or frequent dizziness, fainting, imbalance
  • The senses of taste and smell are often altered or completely destroyed
  • Many other symptoms and results exist – speak to your medical malpractice attorney

Options and Solutions for Brain-Injured Clients:

If you or a loved one experienced brain damage as a result of:

  • A failed medical or surgical procedure (or failure to treat at all)
  • Or treatment that did not adhere to known and proper medical standards
  • Or if you were prescribed improper medication that caused damage
  • Or if your medical professional – doctor, surgeon, nurse, physician’s assistant or other healthcare provider – violated standard medical protocols, then you may be eligible to seek compensatory damages. Obviously there is no amount of money that can repair or replace an injured body, but monetary compensation can help you and your family move forward in your new life.

Damages May Potentially Include the Following:

Sessums Dallas, PLLC, is one of the nation’s foremost medical malpractice, personal injury and product liability law firms. Compensation is different in every case, but may include the following:

  • Payment for past, present and future medical bills, treatment and rehabilitation – in many cases for the remainder of the patient’s life
  • Physical and emotional pain and suffering
  • Lost past, present and future earnings and earnings growth potential
  • Other losses such as loss of enjoyment of life and loss of consortium

Contact a Mississippi Brain Damage Medical Malpractice/Medical Negligence Attorney for a Complimentary Consultation:

Sessums Dallas PLLC is one of the most successful and highly respected medical malpractice and negligence law firms in Mississippi and the U.S. Both Attorneys Brad Sessums and Bobby Dallas have been awarded the highly coveted Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Peer Rating Award – with each attorney receiving a perfect 5 out of 5 for “ethical skills and legal ability.”

At Sessums and Dallas you will receive personalized attention from your attorney; you will not be handed off to an assistant. Sessums and Dallas PLLC have consistently received maximum compensation for their clients, including many in the million dollar-plus range. They will usually first attempt to negotiate a reasonable settlement with the insurance company but if a satisfactory offer is not made, they will not hesitate to take the case to court. All cases are taken on a contingency-fee basis, which means that you do not pay any legal fees unless your case is resolved in your favor. To schedule a complimentary consultation, call Sessums Dallas at either 601-933-2040 or 800-270-6082.