Brain & Spinal Cord Injuries
If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) or spinal cord injury, it can be tempting to push for compensation as soon as possible. Unfortunately, accepting a quick settlement may not be in your best interest. It may not properly cover all future costs.
At Lisko & Associates in State College, we want to make certain you get compensation that truly meets your needs. Our attorney Roy K. Lisko will personally resolve your case. He uses his more than 30 years of experience to help you get the right results. Whether your head or spinal injuries were caused by a motor vehicle crash, slip-and-fall or another type of accident, our goal remains the same: maximum compensation.
To schedule your free consultation with our experienced personal injury lawyer, call 814-753-4413 today.
The Key To Getting Full Compensation
Brain and spinal cord injuries are complex. More mild injuries may result in personality changes that the victim does not notice. More severe injuries can create lifelong effects that are expensive to treat. The key to getting full and fair compensation that covers all costs is making certain to wait until an injury is fully understood before moving forward with a personal injury claim.
Understanding the full scope of an injury means working with medical experts to understand the mental and physical challenges you will face now and in the future. It means working with vocational and economic experts to understand how the injury will impact the victim’s career choices. This helps to better estimate the total lost wages you may face during your lifetime.
You Pay Nothing Unless Your Case Is A Success
We cover the upfront costs of investigation, expert opinions and building your case. Some law firms charge for these expenses. We do not ask for any payments until we succeed with your claim.
We are proud to offer home and hospital visits for clients throughout Happy Valley if you cannot come to our office. We want you to focus on recovering while we focus on winning your case.