Brain Injury

Brain Injury

Traumatic brain injuries can occur in the blink of an eye and sometimes result in debilitating lifelong conditions or death. According to data from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), every year approximately 1.7 million Americans sustain traumatic brain injuries, in which 52,000 are fatal. These injuries result in 275,000 hospitalizations and make up nearly a third of all injury related deaths each year. In most cases, traumatic brain injuries are caused by auto accidents and terrible falls. Brain injuries can also occur due to medical negligence during a patient’s medical care. If a patient is misdiagnosed or has a threatening problem that is not treated properly, a brain injury can result.

Children aged 0 to 4 years old, older adolescents aged 15 to 19, and adults aged 65 years and older are most likely to sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Almost half a million emergency department visits for TBI are made annually by children aged 0 to 14 years. Adults aged 75 years and older have the highest rates of TBI-related hospitalization and death.

According to the Brain Trauma Foundation:

  • At least 5.3 million Americans, 2% of the U.S. population, currently live with disabilities resulting from TBI.
  • Moderate & severe head injury (respectively) is associated with a 2.3 and 4.5 times increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Males are about twice as likely as females to experience a TBI.
  • The leading causes of TBI are falls, motor vehicle crashes, struck by or against events, and assaults, respectively.

Brain injuries are a very traumatic injury that usually leads to years of medical bills, loss of wages, and psychological and physical pain and suffering.


If you or someone you know has been the victim of a brain injury in North Florida or Southwest Georgia, please contact our office for a free consultation. It is always free to talk to us. There are no fees or costs unless we win your case.

The Scott & Wallace Approach to Brain Injury

Our solemn vow to each client is that we will never rest until we have delivered the best possible result that we can. This mission is accomplished through aggressive, but principled, representation — reasoned, but passionate advocacy — and focused, but empathetic counsel. Here are your next steps:

Contact us.
Get your questions answered.
Learn how we help.
Hire us (there are no fees unless we win).
We investigate your claim while you focus on your treatment.
We negotiate your claim and seek maximum compensation.

Legal Guidance Customized for Your Needs

We have a track record of success — but not just a track record of winning, a track record of delivering an unparalleled experience to our clients — one that involves personal interaction, attention to detail, and consistent communication. We deliver this experience to you from our comfortable, state of the art offices that have been equipped with all the latest amenities and technology. Each attorney and support staff are fully equipped to meet you where you are at the time of need, whether that’s holding a virtual meeting or discussing your case in person. We take cases seriously. We take our clients seriously. This is why we deliver.

  • Talk to you about your case.
  • Investigate it thoroughly.
  • Aggressively pursue the maximum compensation you deserve.
  • You won’t pay anything unless we recover for you.

When you hire us, we ask only that you place your legal issues squarely in our hands so that you can focus on you and your family’s healing and well-being. From there, your fight becomes our fight, and our mission is full and final justice.