A lot of people ask me "how do I get help after I or someone in my family has had a traumatic brain injury?" The first thing I'm going to say to them is: start with your local or the National Brain Injury Association. On the national level, there is the BIA USA (Brain Injury Association USA), and in Utah, we have the Brain Injury Alliance. Those are both very good resources to start at, because they can connect you to both treatment options, family advocacy options, support groups, and other sorts of help. And the second thing is: do your careful research. Find the lawyer who has really dedicated time to training and experience to handle the traumatic brain injury case. They are different from the typical personal injury case. You need someone who is a specialist in that area who has really taken the extra time. Contact us at The power you need, the attention you deserve. When we founded EGC 16 years ago, we decided we'd represent you this way - "Focus on fewer cases, outwork the opposition and make no compromises." Most injury firms take as many cases as they can get. Lawyers in those firms simply don't have the time to get to all the important details right. Nor can they get to know their clients well enough. When your life has been turned upside down by an injury, your lawyer needs to get all the important details right - those details can make all the difference. Our firm takes about 1/5 as many cases per lawyer as the average injury firm. This allows
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