Tampa Brain Injury Lawyers

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Eric Feldman

Eric is an experienced personal injury attorney with more than 40 years in practice. …

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Eric Feldman is a Member of
the 1-800-Injured network.

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Alex Uriarte

Alex has been interested in law since his childhood when he would accompany his father to work in the cou …

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CJ Czaia

Growing up the son of a Foreign Service officer, CJ spent his early years traveling and living in many di …

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Marc Pacin

Prior to forming Pacin Levine, P.A., Marc handled catastrophic injury cases, trucking accident cases, wro …

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A brain injury can occur for a number of reasons: drug interactions, oxygen loss, trauma, and more. Any type of brain injury, no matter how minor or severe, can have a significant impact on a victim’s life, as well as the lives of their family as they adjust to the victim’s needs and healthcare requirements as they work towards recovery or life with a permanent brain injury. Medical care for a brain injury can be costly, but is only one of the many financial impacts that a victim and their family may endure after an accident. Fortunately, there is a path a victim and their family may take to seek compensation in the event that the brain injury is due to the negligent or reckless behavior of another through a tort claim. 

If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury that someone else caused, you will benefit from connecting with an attorney as soon as possible to learn all about your legal options. The days and weeks after an accident can be chaotic for everyone as the impacts of this injury start to make themselves apparent, both in a financial sense as well as through the many other ways that an injury affects a victim’s life. During this time, you may need to file an insurance claim, and in many cases, the claimants feel too overwhelmed to take the extra time to find an attorney. 1-800-Injured can make that step painless and simple, and give you the leg up that you need to go through your claims process with a better chance of a successful outcome. 


1-800-Injured is an attorney and medical referral service. After an injury, we can help you connect with an attorney for a free consultation without you needing to take on the stress of reaching out to law firms hoping that you find a lawyer who is ready to take your case. Instead, you can reach out to us and go back to focusing on your medical care and recovery while we find a lawyer for you. 

Brain injuries are complicated, and require ongoing time and attention. Once you are partnered with an attorney, you will be able to set aside your legal worries and focus solely on moving forward from this injury as best as possible, knowing that there is a dedicated attorney who is fighting to get you the money you deserve. 


The following are a few of the many questions that victims and their families have about their legal cases after a brain injury. Even if you see your exact question below, though, it is important for you to recognize that these answers are not meant to be taken as legal advice. To get specific advice about your own unique situation, you will need to consult with an attorney who can go through the details of your case before giving you a clear answer as it relates to your accident and brain injury. 

There is no easy way to calculate the exact amount a personal injury victim is owed after a brain injury, which is apparent given the significant differences between insurance companies’ initial settlement offers for injury claims versus the amount that personal injury attorneys calculate for the same accident. Your attorney will need to go through the full range of possible damages in your case before arriving at a calculation they believe accurately reflects the degree of damages you have suffered, both economic and non-economic in nature.

The important thing to keep in mind from the start is that you are likely owed more than just your medical bills and lost wages, including things like your emotional suffering, the pain you have endured from your injuries, the disruptions to your quality of life following a Tampa brain injury, and more. Your attorney will handle this process on your behalf and will then negotiate aggressively with the at-fault party in the hopes of reaching an out-of-court settlement before moving forward with a lawsuit in the Florida courts.

You are not required to hire an attorney when filing an insurance claim, and in fact, you are legally entitled to represent yourself in a lawsuit, but that does not mean that either of these is a good idea. A personal injury attorney brings years of experience to your case, as well as a clear state of mind that a victim and their family members likely do not have as they are trying to focus their energy on treatment and recovery. Insurance companies recognize how vulnerable these victims are, and they leverage these vulnerabilities in the hopes of settling the claim quickly and cheaply.

If you are unsure of whether or not you should work with a lawyer after a brain injury, we encourage you to contact us so we can connect you with a Tampa attorney for a free, no-obligation consultation. At the end of your free consultation, you will have more information to consider before making a final decision about how you will move forward with your legal case.

Unfortunately, there is no way to determine how long it will take to get the compensation you deserve after your brain injury. Some cases may be resolved in a matter of weeks, while others may require a court case and trial that leaves your schedule up to the courts. You have a four-year statute of limitations before you lose your right to take legal action regarding a personal injury, but this time is best spent working with an attorney attempting to reach a settlement agreement without going to court. In some cases, though, your attorney may decide that it is best to leave the process up to the judicial system for a multitude of reasons.

Once you are working with an attorney, they will be able to provide you with updates and insights with each new piece of information they uncover. As you move forward they will be able to give you a better sense of their outlook, as well as possible timelines for a settlement or award.