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BrainInjuryInstitute.org is a website dedicated to empowering the public to learn more about brain injuries, its causes and treatment, as well as resources providing assistance to those suffering from brain injuries.

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If you would like a case evaluation of your case and complete the online form on this site, you acknowledge that are requesting a representative from an affiliated lawfirm to contact you. An attorney representative will assist you regarding any brain injury related questions you may have, specifically (1) informing you on your legal rights as a result of brain injuries due to the fault of another and (2) providing a list of doctors and treatment facilities to assist you in your quest to help you or a loved one recover from a traumatic brain injury. Be rest assured that BrainInjuryInstitute.org will not provide, share or sell the information you provide to any third party unless you provide your express consent.

The valuable content provided on BrainInjuryInstitute.org is to assist you in learning about traumatic brain injuries and is not meant to replace seeking a healthcare provider for that information and treatment. While there will be medical information on BrainInjuryInstitute.org relative to brain injuries, this site maintains that nothing on the site should be deemed as actual medical advice. This site should be seen solely as an additional general resource and does not replace your relationship with your healthcare provider.

In addition, the content on this site should not be viewed as legal advice, an offer to create an attorney-client relationship or an offer to provide legal services. While BrainInjuryInstitute.org strives to maintain the most up to date information regarding brain injuries, the content of this site may not reflect current legal developments or issues personal to your specific set of circumstances. Retaining legal services for your claims cannot be accomplished through any contact with BrainInjuryInstitute.org. As stated above, if you wish to retain an attorney for legal services, you must enter into a contract with an attorney licensed to practice law in your state.

BrainInjuryInstitute.org is sponsored by affiliated lawfirms, whose attorneys are licensed to practice within their respective jurisdictions. If you complete an online form requesting a case assessment, an attorney representative may recommend various law firms with experience in claims involving traumatic brain injury. Please note that any recommendations by an attorney representative can include various law firms throughout the country.  After speaking with an attorney and you or a loved one decide to retain an attorney to represent your lawsuit, the attorney may use experienced co-counsel, at no additional cost to you, to assist them in handling your case. Our attorney affiliates handles traumatic brain injury cases on a contingency basis, meaning if you or your loved one do not recover monetary damages for the brain injury incurred due to the fault of another, no attorney’s fees or costs are charged to the client. Again, if the client does not recover money, the affiliate lawfirm does not recover money.

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