Our team of lawyers have over 25 years of experience, extensive resources, and proven results that you can trust. Todd J. Leonard is Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Certified Civil Trial Attorney, has a Superb 10.0 Rating from Avvo, and was selected by the National Trial Lawyers as one of the “Top 100 Trial Lawyers” for Civil Litigation. He has been honored to be selected by his peers for the list of New Jersey Super Lawyers®, and his tremendous success has earned him a lifetime membership to the Million Dollar and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
We Handle Traumatic Brain Injury and Concussion Cases
A traumatic brain injury occurs when external forces cause damage to the brain tissues. Below you’ll find data reported by the CDC regarding the leading causes of traumatic brain injuries:
Brain, concussion or head injuries can cause a multitude of symptoms including:
Over 1. 4 million American sustain a head injury each year and more than 5.3 million Americans currently require lifelong assistance to perform their daily activities. Brain injury law is a specialized field and you will need a traumatic brain injury attorney with experience, knowledge, and skill to represent your legal interests. The Todd J. Leonard Law Firm has been handling head injury cases for over 25 years.
Being injured in an accident can have serious and lifelong consequences. The lawyers of the Todd J. Leonard Law Firm can help you fight for maximum compensation for your injuries and losses from the responsible parties. Contact us today at (973) 920-7900 to learn more about how our team of experienced attorneys can help you through these challenging times.
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