Brain Injury FAQ

Brain injury is a confusing topic. Most people who come to our offices have many questions about their injuries and about how personal injury lawsuits work.

This FAQ page is not intended to give legal advice. It presents a series of questions that are relevant to brain injuries and personal injury litigation. We welcome the opportunity to listen to other questions you may have.

New York City Law Firm Handling Brain Injury Cases

Ronald W. Ramirez Attorney at Law is a New York City firm that concentrates on significant brain injury lawsuits. We can answer questions like:

  • My doctor isn't listening to me when I describe my symptoms — What can I do?
  • How long is this injury going to last? When will I get better?
  • How much money can I expect to receive if I win a lawsuit?
  • How long will it take to sue the negligent party?
  • Can you guarantee particular results?
  • Why is the insurance company making my life miserable?
  • Why do I need a lawyer if the negligence was obvious?
  • Does it matter which personal lawyer I hire?
  • Can any attorney handle a brain injury case?
  • If I bring a lawsuit, will I have to go to court? Will I have to testify?
  • I can't work because of my head injury. How will my bills get paid?
  • How do I pay for my injury-related medical expenses?
  • My family member wasn't knocked unconscious, so he or she must be OK, right?

Contact Us | We Can Answer Your Specific Questions

If you or one of your family members has experienced brain injury symptoms, please contact us. We can answer your specific questions during a free case evaluation. Our offices are located in midtown Manhattan and Forest Hills, Queens.