Not Alone: How Brain Injury Affects Us All

Representing Orlando, the Four Corners, Tampa and Nearby Areas of Florida

Each March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Foremost in raising awareness about this life-changing trauma is the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA), which seeks to educate the public about the prevalence and severity of these injuries as well as provide community resources to support and empower brain trauma patients and their families.

The theme for 2015 is Not Alone. With the BIAA estimating that 2.5 million Americans each year suffer traumatic brain injuries, this message couldn’t be more accurate or more important to disseminate to the people affected most.

March is Traumatic Brain Injury Month

The attorneys at Colling Gilbert Wright & Carter strongly agree with the very important message of National Brain Injury Awareness Month: The survivors of these injuries truly are not alone.

As a personal injury law firm, our attorneys have worked very closely with people who have suffered traumatic brain injury. We have seen firsthand both the struggles and successes our injured clients have faced, as well as the outpouring of love and support each victim’s family gives in an effort to heal together.

In many cases, we have been privileged to win compensation on behalf of brain injury victims through verdicts and settlements. Clients and their families have used these damages to offset the cost of surgical procedures, physical and cognitive therapy, adaptive devices, and a variety of other treatments.

Support from loved ones, professional caregivers, and the community is critical to a brain injury patient’s recovery. This March, we would like to thank all of our clients who trusted Colling Gilbert Wright & Carter to pursue compensation and justice in their brain injury case. It has been an honor to provide the caring, ethical representation you deserve in such life-changing circumstances.