A head trauma, brain injury or spinal cord injury can lead to serious physical and mental disabilities. When you or someone you love suffers a spinal cord or brain injury in a serious accident, you need an experienced attorney to represent you. At Bailey & Partners, we have over 25 years of experience in personal injury cases, including complex cases involving spinal cord, neck, and brain injury.
We tell your story with convincing power to insurance companies, judges and juries to help you obtain fair and just compensation for your head, neck and spinal cord injuries. Contact us today for a legal consultation and case evaluation.
Experienced Investigation for Spinal Cord and Brain Injury Accidents
The full extent of the damages related to a spinal cord or brain injury, especially closed-head injuries, can be difficult to prove. You may be unable to identify the full-extent of your symptoms and a doctor may have difficulty coming up with the proper diagnosis. Our team of lawyers and experts will work to collect all necessary evidence for your case including medical reports, family and witness statements, and employer reports to support your case. We are experienced in handling cases involving severe disability including quadriplegia and paraplegia as well as emotional and brain injury resulting in PTSD, cognitive injuries and depression.
Our legal team offers the following to victims and their families:
Knowledgeable, comprehensive and experienced representation
Committed and compassionate service focused on your needs
Efficient, responsive, and attentive advocacy and resources
A solid reputation and a record of results throughout our legal community
Santa Monica, California, Spinal Cord and Brain Injury Attorneys
Our firm focuses on the serious damages and long-term head, neck, and spinal cord injuries sustained in car accidents, truck accidents, construction accidents and as the result of other forms of negligence. We are experienced in the complex medical issues surrounding brain and head injuries and can take legal action on your behalf. We routinely work with doctors, professionals, and engage other experts to build a case on your behalf.
Contact Bailey & Partners today for a free consultation with an experienced Santa Monica, California, brain injury lawyer. Evening and weekends available by appointment.
Brain & Spine Injury Attorneys – Los Angeles, CA
We are a legal team of experienced lawyers with a diverse set of skills. Our strategic and result-driven approach to brain and spinal cord injury cases has not only helped us recover millions of dollars of compensation for our clients.
We are members of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), an invitation-only organization that our peers have voted to include us in.
We are AV®-rated* under Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review rating system.
We are the law firm that other attorneys turn to when they need further assistance for their clients. Our team frequently receives referrals of complex cases from our peers because they know that we are willing to provide the level of representation necessary.
Voted Southern California Super Lawyer, 2007 & 2008.
Our attorneys know that the results of your case depend significantly on our ability to convey the impact that an injury has had on your life. We will work to show insurance companies, judges and jury members the devastation caused to your family and the loss you have suffered. Contact us for an immediate consultation or case evaluation.
For more information about our litigation team or our practice experience, please follow the links below:
Patrick E. Bailey
Rachelle L. Brewer
Keith A. Lovendosky
Carlos E. Salazar
Contact Bailey & Partners today for a free consultation with an experienced Santa Monica, California, spinal cord and brain injury lawyer. Evening and weekends available by appointment.
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