Where can I find a Brain Injury Attorney?
In the aftermath of a brain injury, the injured person and his or her family often need to seek the advice of an attorney. Medical treatment, such as brain injury rehabilitation, and long-term care services are expensive and may span many years. Individuals and families must address and make decisions on financial issues, estate planning, returning to work or school, establishing guardianship or a power of attorney, and other issues.
The Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) provides an interactive directory of Preferred Attorneys with experience handling brain injury cases. The directory is available here, and users may search for a local preferred attorney specializing in one of three practice areas: personal injury, civil rights, and financial issues.