Presenting Your Brain Injury Case

Brain injury victims may appear well when, in fact, they have sustained severe damage. Because there may be no visible physical injury by the time a case gets to court, we take the time to meet with your doctors, family, co-workers, and friends to develop your case. We also consult with medical experts who can explain the impact your injuries have had on your life and how they will continue to affect you in the future.

At Henson Fuerst, we use the most current technology to tell your story in the most convincing and compelling way and to explain your case to the insurance company or to a jury. Call us today at (919) 781-1107 or complete a free initial consultation form and find out how our North Carolina brain injury lawyers can help you.

Going to Trial

While we never begin with the intent to file a lawsuit, our North Carolina traumatic brain injury attorneys have learned that the best way to position a case for the most fair and complete settlement is to prepare your case as if it is going to trial. We make sure that we have spent the time, money, and resources to fully explain all aspects of your case.

Should your case go to trial:

  • We will give the jury a full picture of how your brain has been damaged by presenting descriptions from your medical providers. These descriptions provide an objective analysis of your injury and clearly explain why and how a trauma directly caused your brain injury.
  • Our North Carolina brain injury attorneys will ask family and friends to talk about the changes they have seen in your behavior. These before-and-after descriptions allow the jury to see how you and your family have suffered.
  • We use exhibits, charts, diagrams, videos, and other visual aids to illustrate your injury and how the injury caused a specific deficit in your ability to think, remember, move, work, or function. Exhibits that are easy to understand are the most persuasive, so we often use diagrams of the brain to explain how the different parts of the brain function.Enlargements of actual CT or MRI scans of your injured brain can show the specific locations of injury, and 3D exhibits can be used to overlay the areas of injury with the affected lobes of the brain, showing the impact on your brain function.

The North Carolina traumatic brain injury lawyers at Henson Fuerst have the resources and experience to present your case effectively and persuasively in front of a jury, should your case go to trial.

Call us today at (919) 781-1107 or complete a free initial consultation form and find out how our experienced North Carolina brain injury attorneys can help. We will fight hard to ensure that your rights are protected.