Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) affect thousands of people each year in the U.S. The CDC estimates there were 214,110 TBI-related hospitalizations in 2020 and nearly 70,000 deaths in 2021. Personal injury accidents like falls lead to about half of TBI-related hospital visits, with car accidents also being a leading cause of brain trauma in victims.

Due to their unique characteristics and outcomes, brain injury damages can be hard to prove in a personal injury case. To win, you need strong diagnostic evidence, medical expert opinions, and records tying the injury to the accident.

Learn the most common challenges of proving a TBI and how our California brain injury attorneys at Berg Injury Lawyers can use our experience and resources to negotiate a fair settlement.