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Indianapolis Brain Injury Attorneys

The Help And Hope You Need After A TBI

An accident that causes a brain injury has a traumatic, life-changing impact on its victim. If you or a loved one now has a traumatic brain injury, also known as a TBI, you deserve compensation for the injury you have suffered. These types of injuries are expensive and stressful to treat. The victim may need treatment for the rest of their life. That is why compensation is so important.

A traumatic brain injury (TBI), closed head injury, concussion, or coma suffered after an accident can also eventually become fatal and a case of wrongful death. When that happens, the victim of another party’s negligence and the victim’s family, deserve legal recourse — protection of their rights and pursuit of maximum financial compensation for every accident-connected loss.

In Indianapolis and throughout Indiana, the skilled personal injury lawyer who advises and advocates effectively and efficiently is Jason A. Shartzer, the attorney who founded Shartzer Law Firm, LLC, in 2003.

Jason combines his legal experience with keen client commitment and accessible personal service to ensure that accident injury victims with brain damage get the help and hope they need. He sees appropriate levels of health care and uses the facts of a brain injury to pursue maximum financial compensation for his client.

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Experienced Representation For Brain Injury Cases

Over his more than 15 years of experience, Jason has earned a reputation for strong negotiation with insurance companies and forceful litigation against them when necessary. This benefits his clients because insurers quickly realize that they face an uphill battle. You should know that your case will be taken seriously, and your interests will be safeguarded throughout the process.

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At Shartzer Law Firm, LLC, every legal service we offer is designed with your comfort and convenience in mind. You receive free initial consultations, visits to your residence or hospital room if your medical condition prevents travel and a contingency fee policy that requires us to win your case in order to be compensated. Call or send an email.