Only experienced personal injury attorneys with a clear understanding of the needs of brain injury survivors should provide legal representation in a traumatic brain injury case. This is particularly true if the initial diagnosis was "a concussion " or some other form of so called mild traumatic brain injury.

Even today, many MTBI cases are decided on myth and misinformation rather than medical facts. Insurance companies and adjusters have a vested interest in perpetuating these myths as a way to avoid paying valid claims.

If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury, ask your personal injury lawyer whether he knows the truth about the five myths that prevent adjusters, judges and juries from finding the truth. Does your attorney know how to overcome those myths? Will justice be done in your particular case?





Myth no. 1

A person must be knocked out or lose consciousness to suffer a brain injury.


Myth no. 2

A person must strike his head on something to sustain a traumatic brain injury.

Myth no. 3

Minor head injuries such as whiplash or concussions in sports are purely transitory events and can not cause long term disability.

Myth no. 4

People who complain of long term consequences after minor head injuries are mostly malingerers and hypochondriacs.

Myth no. 5

There no objective evidence that Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and long-term complications such as Post Concussion Syndrome even exist. They're just terms invented by crafty lawyers and greedy crash victims.

To learn How to recognize symptoms of brain injury and the truth about the 5 myths, CLICK HERE

For the Clinical definition of Traumatic Brain Injury  CLICK HERE