Has a family member suffered a traumatic head or brain injury?

Brain injuries are often hard to diagnose after an accident. The effects of a concussion are often subtle yet devastating to the person suffering from the symptoms. Insurance companies are often reluctant to acknowledge the seriousness of these sorts of injuries. See a doctor if you were recently in an accident and you are noticing symptoms of a possible head injury (for example, dizziness, or unsteadiness associated with nausea, or confusion, or forgetfulness, or insomnia, or unusual irritability, or headaches that are unusual for you). Symptoms often take days and weeks to become fully evident.

You need straight answers, not “lawyer talk.” If you or a member of your family has suffered a head injury because of someone else’s negligence, you deserve straight talk from two key professionals: your doctor and your lawyer. We will always advise you frankly about your case so you can make informed decisions about accepting a settlement or going to trial.

The Lucius Hawes Law Firm has more than 40 years of experience helping people fight to obtain money damages for catastrophic head injuries suffered during accidents. Our experienced attorneys know what questions to ask. We work with experts to determine the full extent of your injuries and financial loss.


We represent clients throughout Western Kentucky and Middle Tennessee who have suffered traumatic brain injuries resulting from:

Do you qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits?

If your traumatic brain injury will make it impossible to return to work, you may be eligible for Social Security disability insurance (SSDI). With years of experience, Lucius Hawes Law Office can help you file your initial claim or appeal a denied claim.

Contact us to schedule a free consultation about your head or traumatic brain injury claim today.


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