Head, Brain, and Concussion Injury Attorneys

People injured in Puget Sound accidents often suffer head, brain, and concussion injuries

One of the most common injuries people experience after an accident is a head or brain injury. The physical force of a collision can impact the brain, causing serious injuries that can leave people with traumatic brain injuries that result in permanent disabilities, and sometimes causes death. By far, the leading cause of head, brain, and concussion injuries is a motor-vehicle accident.

Common symptoms of head/brain, and concussion injuries range from mild to severe and can include:

  • loss of consciousness;
  • confusion or disorientation;
  • headache;
  • nausea or vomiting;
  • blurred vision;
  • memory or concentration problems;
  • convulsions or seizures;
  • slurred speech;
  • coma and other disorders of consciousness.

When a head or brain injury is the result of an accident in the Pacific Northwest, people and families need help to recover.

Injury attorney Bill Coats and his team are here to help

A head or brain injury caused by any type of motor vehicle accident can change your life. If the accident wasn’t your fault, you shouldn’t be the one held responsible for the financial obligations caused. With the help of Bill Coats, you can get financial compensation for the injuries and other damages resulting from the accident.

Bill Coats Law offers a no-fee guarantee - There is no fee unless we win

Bill Coats handles all of his personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that you pay nothing up front, and you pay no fees if your claim is unsuccessful. You only pay if we deliver a successful claim.

Bill helps injured people across Whatcom, Skagit, Snohomish, and Island Counties:

Everett Lynnwood Marysville
Mill Creek Snohomish Anacortes
Mt Vernon Oak Harbor Bellingham
Blaine Ferndale Lynden
Stanwood Burlington Snohomish

Without an experienced head and brain injury lawyer to help you, the amount of compensation you receive may not even cover current medical bills. You deserve to be compensated for all medical bills, lost wages and any other damage caused.

Bill Coats has 20 years' experience helping injured people recover financially after an injury caused by someone's negligence

We focus on helping you find the best way to move forward in life, the best way to adjust to the hardship that your injury has brought, and the best way to take back control. Ultimately, what you need is the means to begin recovery and move on from a head, brain, or concussion injury.

Contact Bill and his team today for a no-cost, no-obligation case review. You can tell your story, and learn more about your rights and options after a Seattle head, brain, or concussion injury.

 

If you were in a car accident in Oak Harbor, Washington, you may have a head or brain injury, or a concussion. These are serious injuries that need prompt medical attention. Even if you didn't feel your accident was severe enough to merit a trip to the ER, make sure you call your family doctor for a check-up after a car crash. Car accidents send adrenaline coursing through accident victims, which can mute the pain of their injuries. Sometimes symptoms don't immediately show. Often it's in the days following that headaches, neck pain and stiffness, and/or dizziness occur.

It's not uncommon to walk away from a car accident with a head or brain injury. Also, the more that health experts learn about concussions, the more apparent it is that Coupeville car accident victims receive them. These can be tricky injuries to diagnose, and often car accident victims won't even know they got one. Adrenaline and the body's natural pain relievers kick in during traumas like vehicle collisions, so it is important to see your doctor immediately after a car crash, even if no pain is present.

It doesn't take much to get a head or neck injury in a car accident. Imagine you're stopped at a light in downtown Lynden, and the driver behind you is reaching for a spilled drink and nearly misses the red light ahead. She hits you, and your head snaps forward and back. Luckily, you feel okay immediately afterwards, but in the days following, you notice your have frequent headaches, dizziness, and memory loss. Most likely, you have experienced a head and neck injury. It's very important to at the very least see your family doctor as soon as possible after a car accident.

Ferndale is blessed with many beautiful Whatcom County roads - perfect places to ride your road bike during the summer. One day, you are riding along the shoulder when a distracted driver comes up too fast, and too far over. Luckily, they avoid hitting you at the last minute but you had to swerve to avoid riding in their path. Though you wore a helmet, you wrenched your back and hit your head when you rolled. It's very likely to get a concussion in a scenario like this.

Let's say you're driving to Blaine and the Semiahmoo Spit to admire the view when someone clips your car as you drive down the highway. Your vehicle rolls into the median, and miraculously, everyone seems okay. However, in the next few days after your car accident, you experience memory loss, headaches, and stiffness in your neck. It's likely you walked away with a neck and head injury, with a possibile concussion. Sometimes symptoms don't immediately show after a car accident. Often it's in the days following that headaches, neck pain and stiffness, and/or dizziness occur.

Concussions, head and neck injuries are common results of car crashes for Bellingham accident victims. It doesn't take much to get one - even low-speed crashes can result in these injuries. One of their dangers is that they are not obvious, and can be overlooked easily. Concussions don't always bring about pain, and pain is often what drives Bellingham car crash victims to seek medical attention. However, if you notice symptoms such as dizziness, headaches, stiffness in the neck in the days after a car accident, go see your doctor.

Mount Vernon car accident victims need to be on the lookout for sometimes easy-to-dismiss symptoms of head, neck and concussion injuries. Sometimes these symptoms do not show up for hours or days after a car crash, and they could be attributed to other things. Memory loss, or ringing in the ears are a few symptoms that could indicate a head injury or concussion. Nausea is another symptom that is surprisingly related to a head injury. It's important to see your family doctor for a check-up after a car accident, especially if you feel "off".

Sedro Woolley car accident victims who have received a head, neck or concussion injury know firsthand how devastating these injuries can be. Imagine suddenly not remembering simple things in the days or weeks after a car accident, and being unable to turn ones head without pain. These kinds of injuries can go unseen by medical doctors unless they're obvious enough to be noticed by emergency medical techs, which is unfortunate, because they are no less serious even if they aren't as obvious as a broken bone.

Crash! All you were doing was sitting at a light, waiting for it to turn green, but you were rear-ended just blocks from your home in Burlington. It seems like everyone at the crash is ok, and you count your lucky stars that the person behind you wasn't going any faster while he typed a text on his phone instead of focused on driving. But in the days and weeks after your car accident, you feel stiffness in your neck. Memory loss, and trouble sleeping tip you off that something is wrong. You go to your family doctor and tell him that you were in a car crash.

Modern motor vehicles are getting safer every year they're produced. However, it doesn't take much to get a concussion, or head or neck injury after a car accident in Anacortes. Our brains are incredibly delicate beneath our skulls, and the more we learn about the brain, the more we realize that trauma to it has profound effects. The neck is full of intricate, delicate bones and soft tissue that were not designed for the kinds of shocks car accidents have on the body. Luckily, Anacortes car accident victims have lots of options for treatments.

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