Traumatic Brain Injuries

Brain injuries are among the most complex type of injury that an individual can suffer from. These types of injuries can be caused by anything from construction falls to multi-car accidents. Complex injury claims need to be handled by experienced attorneys who have the ability to undertake a complicated claim and effectively represent your interests.

Caesar and Napoli, P.C., has been representing people who have suffered brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and other serious personal injuries for more than 30 years. Our commitment to providing quality legal representation is seen in our case results, and we receive many clients through referrals from past clients.

Integrating Medical Expertise Into Your Case

Specific testing and examination must be done in order to properly diagnose a brain injury, including MRIs and CT scans. Our brain injury lawyers serving Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn are highly knowledgeable of the medical testing that is necessary to diagnose a traumatic brain injury, and how the medical aspects of a personal injury or medical malpractice case tie into building an effective legal strategy.

Working To Maximize Your Settlement

We have experience representing both adults and children who have suffered traumatic brain injuries. Understanding the seriousness of these injuries helps us better present both the immediate and long-term effects that a traumatic brain injury can have. We also work with medical experts who can accurately project the medical needs that our clients will have over the course of their lifetime. We will do whatever is necessary to help you get the medical benefits and compensation you need.

Contact A Brain Injury Lawyer In New York

At Caesar and Napoli, P.C., we do not charge for initial consultations. To schedule a meeting with one of our attorneys to discuss your injury case, please contact us at (888) 235-6766 . Most personal injury cases are handled on a no-win, no-fee basis. We are not paid attorney's fees unless we win a recovery for your case.