Neurosurgical & Brain Injury Attorneys in Wilmington
Helping Brain Injury Victims Recover the Compensation They Deserve in North Carolina
Not all personal injury attorneys can navigate through the complexities of a brain injury claim. At Daniel, Holoman & Associates LLP in Wilmington, we have decades of experience representing clients and their family members in cases involving head trauma inflicted due to the negligence of others.
If you or a loved one is suffering the effects of a life-changing brain injury, we can help you get to the facts and maximize your compensation. We take pride in standing up for injured people against powerful insurance companies and hospital systems.
Whether your loved one was injured in a car accident or your child suffers from cerebral palsy, we are here to help. We serve clients in North Carolina, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Call our law office at (866) 380-2281 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation.
Your Health Is Our Primary Concern
The needs of a brain injury victim can last a lifetime, requiring our firm to team with a life care planner to ensure that both short- and long-term issues are addressed. Whenever the need, we can assist families in finding a qualified medical professional who understands head injuries. This kind of trauma is not something all doctors are qualified to deal with, and we want you to find the best available care.
Handling Claims Stemming from a Variety of Events
Closed head injuries, open head injuries, and other forms of head trauma can result from many different scenarios. If you or your loved one’s injury was caused by negligence or medical malpractice, we can help.
Over the years, our lawyers have handled traumatic brain injury (TBI) cases involving:
- Surgical errors and other forms of medical malpractice
- Cerebral palsy and related birth injury complications
- Accidents at the workplace
- Damage caused by defective products
Whether caused by one of the above scenarios or something else entirely, if your or your loved one’s brain injury was caused by someone else’s neglect, we are prepared to represent you.
The Experience You Need
Experience in personal injury litigation is one thing—brain injury claims require an attorney experienced in the specific and highly complicated area that is TBI. There are many factors that go into TBI and the damage done to such a vital part of the body can be serious, though difficult to detect. As both a former insurance defense lawyer and founder of our personal injury law firm, Butler Daniel possesses the background and knowledge you need from an attorney in dealing with such a complex health concern.
At Daniel, Holoman & Associates LLP, we mainly represent clients who have suffered brain injuries in car and truck accidents, and those victimized by negligent neurosurgeons. We get to the facts and build your case for mediation or litigation. Most cases settle, but that does not prevent us from preparing brain injury claims for litigation just in case.
The brain injury attorneys of Daniel, Holoman & Associates LLP handle wrongful cases throughout the state. You can speak with one of our lawyers by calling our office toll free at (866) 380-2281 or by contacting us online. We represent clients in North Carolina, Kentucky, and Tennessee.
Visit our blog for recent posts regarding neurosurgical errors and answers to common questions regarding brain injuries.
We Are Not a Case Mill Firm
We keep a low case volume so that we can dedicate the massive amount of time, energy, and resources that each case deserves.
Primary Focus on Serious Injury Cases
We handle serious medical malpractice cases. Other law firms around the country refer us cases they are not equipped to take on or are afraid to handle.
Trained & Experienced Trial Lawyers
Many lawyers who advertise for and take injury cases are either unwilling or afraid to take cases to trial if necessary to achieve a fair result, but we have extensive experience with actual medical malpractice and nursing home negligence jury trials. We prepare every single case as if we will go to trial.
A Focused, Creative, Collaborative Team Approach
Our attorneys work together on virtually all of our cases in order to secure the best possible outcome. Two minds are always better than one.