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Information on Brain Injuries • Denver, Colorado, Lawyers

Many mild traumatic brain injuries go undiagnosed and untreated. If you think you have suffered a head or brain injury, seek medical attention as soon as possible. Then, contact an attorney who has experience with brain injury cases to discuss your legal options.

Our Attorneys Understand the Science of Brain Injuries

As a species, we have discovered nothing in the universe that is more complex than our own brains. For a lawyer to effectively litigate a brain injury claim, he or she needs to understand how the brain works and how the injury directly affects the personality of the victim.

Our attorneys have studied medical science and brain injuries extensively. They have worked with many of the most highly skilled neurologists in the Denver, Colorado area. They can effectively cross-examine the defense's expert witnesses on multiple topics related to traumatic brain injury.

If you would like to schedule a free consultation with a lawyer at Kiel & Trueax, LLC, call us today at 720-256-2438 or contact our offices online. To learn more about brain injury litigation, continue reading below.

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