Waltham, Massachusetts Personal Injury Lawyers Helping Victims of Traumatic Brain Injuries


While they range in initial and long-term severity, head brain injuries are always serious. Unfortunately, it may not be possible to accurately assess the ultimate seriousness of a brain injury until some time has passed. When the injury is the result of another party's negligence, however, decisions need to be made about how the victim should be compensated.

If you or your loved one has sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI), a closed head injury, a skull fracture or other head or brain trauma in an accident, you need the right legal help, and you need it now. You will need an attorney who knows how to obtain a fair, reasonable calculation of all of your injuries and losses — and demonstrate them to a jury. These could include:

  • Immediate and long-term medical costs associated with the injury
  • Adaptive equipment needed to allow you to live the fullest life possible
  • Lost wages and lost earning capacity
  • Care costs and other losses to your family

At Hamilton & Hamilton, P.C. in Waltham, Massachusetts, we have that ability. Attorneys Leslie G. Hamilton and Christopher P. Hamilton have more than 38 years of combined legal experience, and they understand how traumatic brain injuries affect our clients and their families. We provide attentive and skilled legal help to people suffering from these catastrophic injuries.

If you or someone you love is suffering from a head or brain injury because of another person's negligence, talk to one of our attorneys today. You can schedule a free initial consultation by calling 781.894.8700 or 866-586-2209.


Brain and Head Injuries Can Result in Permanent Disability


The scope and severity of a brain injury depends on various factors. A closed head injury that causes swelling and inflammation of the brain against the skull may have dramatically different consequences from a concussion. People who have sustained brain and head trauma can experience a range of problems such as:

  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Memory loss
  • Visual or auditory impairment
  • Personality changes
  • Emotional problems

We Seek Maximum Compensation for Your Losses


Our focus is always on obtaining fair and full compensation for our clients' losses. We always explore settlement options, but we never hesitate to bring a case to trial when we feel it is necessary to protect our client's rights. Therefore, we handle each case as if it may go to trial.

Hamilton & Hamilton, P.C. represents people who have sustained traumatic brain and head injuries in any type of accident, including:

Schedule a Free Initial Consultation

Hamilton & Hamilton, P.C. offers free initial consultations to discuss your injuries. Call us at 781.894.8700 or 866-586-2209 to schedule yours. Or, contact us online.