Strong Legal Advocacy After A Cerebellum Injury
The human brain is a fascinating, complex machine. Each small part of the brain is essential for various functions that the human brain and body perform, and when one of the parts of the brain is injured, it can be catastrophic to the injury victim’s quality of life, and in some cases, fatal.
Experience A Cerebellum Injury In California?
At Hiepler & Hiepler, we have handled many cases involving injuries to the cerebellum, one of the key components to the brain’s overall functioning. Our lawyers represent clients in Los Angeles, throughout the entire state of California and beyond.
Where most lawyers only handle the personal injury litigation, at Hiepler & Hiepler we go above and beyond. We help our clients find the appropriate medical professionals for assessments and medical treatment. We also work with our clients to make sure they are getting the full insurance coverage that they deserve.
At Hiepler & Hiepler, we handle all of our personal injury claims on contingency. You will not pay attorney fees until we successfully obtain a settlement or judgment for you. We have the resources to fully fund our clients’ cases, which is extremely important for the complex, often protracted, litigation involving cerebellum and other brain injuries.
We work with a team of experts, including life-care specialists, to help our clients obtain comprehensive medical evaluations. This helps our clients get the care they need as early as possible, and it also helps us give a thorough explanation of their long-term injuries. This increases the likelihood of obtaining full and fair compensation for the pain and suffering you and your family have endured.
The cerebellum is one of the most important components of the brain, and it is one of the most common areas in the brain that suffers injuries in car crashes and other personal injury accidents. Victims of cerebellum injuries often experience:
- Loss of muscle control, including the ability to exert the correct amount of pressure and force while performing physical functions
- Loss of coordination of movements
- Decreased ability to learn motor functions
- Loss of ability to target objects for reach
- Disjointed, jerky movements