Advocates Law Group, PLLC is experienced in helping people with brain injuries ranging from mild concussions to Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI). While not always obvious, head injuries are some of the most devastating injuries an individual can suffer. It is very important to hire an attorney who understands the complexities of the brain trauma medical diagnoses and prognosis and how to build a case so the victim can receive maximum compensation for current and future care.

Oddly enough, many times victims of brain injuries do not even know that they have suffered an injury. It may be more obvious to those on the scene of an accident or those close to the victim (i.e. spouses, children, friends and co-workers). It’s not uncommon for doctors fail to diagnose head injuries because they are unable to observe the subtle symptoms necessary for a diagnosis.  Brain injury symptoms are worsened when the victim does not seek or receive medical attention. Symptoms can take hours, days or even weeks to show up after an accident occurs. An undiagnosed head injury can delay and in some severe cases can prevent recovery.

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Don’t let the stress of managing you or your loved one’s head injury, mounting medical bills, lost wages and the unfair, high pressure tactics from insurance companies overwhelm you. We are experts at representing clients who have suffered mild to traumatic brain injuries.

Contact Advocates Law Group, PLLC today at (253) 733-0035 to learn more about your rights and schedule your FREE case evaluation.

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Our attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, which means we do not get paid until there is a successful resolution to your claim.

We have two convenient locations to meet or can arrange an on-site visit at a medical facility or your home if you are unable to travel. Our experienced team will fight diligently on your behalf to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve by holding those responsible for your accident accountable, so you can focus on getting well again.

Contact Advocates Law Group, PLLC today at (253) 733-0035 to learn more about your rights and schedule your FREE case evaluation.

Symptoms that might be associated with a mild brain injury:

  • Losing consciousness for a few seconds to a few minutes
  • Memory loss
  • Feeling dazed, confused, and disoriented
  • Feeling dizzy and trouble with balance
  • Drowsiness
  • Blurred vision
  • Ringing in your ears
  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Fatigue
  • Problems speaking
  • Interrupted sleep
  • Sleeping more than normal
  • A bad taste in your mouth
  • Changes in your ability to smell
  • Feeling sensitive to light or sound
  • Unusual mood swings
  • Difficulty remembering and concentrating
  • Feeling anxious and depressed

Symptoms that may be associated with a moderate to severe brain injury:

  • Losing consciousness for several minutes or for extended periods
  • Unusual agitation and irritable behavior
  • Weakness/numbness in your fingers and toes
  • Persistent headache or one that worsens over time
  • Loss of coordination
  • Vomiting and nausea that continues
  • Slurred speech
  • One or both pupils remain dilated
  • Fluid draining from your nose and ears
  • Inability to wake up from sleeping
  • Extreme confusion
  • Seizures
  • Convulsions
  • Any unusual change in your conscious awareness


A concussion can also cause epilepsy and increase the risk for conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and other brain disorders.  Repeated concussions occurring over an extended period of time can result in cumulative neurological and cognitive deficits. Repeated concussions occurring within a short period of time (i.e., hours, days, or weeks) can be catastrophic or fatal.

Post-concussion syndrome is a complex disorder of concussion symptoms that last longer than a normal recovery period.  While it is unclear why some people develop post-concussion syndrome and others don't, the severity of the concussion doesn't appear to affect the risk of post-concussion syndrome. Research indicates that suffering repeat concussions increases the risk of post-concussion syndrome.

In addition, having a concussion puts children at higher risk of having another concussion and the effects of repeat concussions over years can multiply.

Call Advocates Law Group, PLLC today at (253) 733-0035 to learn about your rights and schedule a FREE case evaluation.