We are well-equipped to handle even the most difficult personal injury cases — including cases related to complex diagnoses, traumatic brain injury, and seizures. For many years, we have been helping people throughout the state of California, and throughout the county of San Diego take legal action, reclaiming their lives, and moving forward after an accident.
Lawyers and Legal Staff Members Offering Help After a Serious Injury
We all work as a team and our clients work closely with attorney Mark C. Blane after a head injury or accident related to seizures. While they have the support of lawyers, they also have the added support of a team of professionals from our law office — investigators, claims consultants, and staff members who make sure their cases are handled properly. This means that our clients get the support they need so they can focus on the thing that matters most — getting better from their individual injury. Attorney Mark C. Blane will take action starting at your first appointment. He will discuss the details of your case and he may ask you to describe the seizures and other injuries. He will also ask for the names of your doctors and the hospitals and other facilities where you received treatment, so that we can obtain copies of your medical records to prepare a case that addresses all aspects of your injury. From that point forward, he will create a settlement and litigation strategy. He does a thorough investigation of all the facts and laws that might affect you. If appropriate, we will also obtain the accident report, contact witnesses, and gather evidence to prove your case.
Settlement or Trial of Your Traumatic Personal Injury Case
While attorney Mark C. Blane is investigating, he will work with you to make sure that you are getting the medical attention you need for your seizures and other injuries. Once you have completed all of your medical treatment and he has completed a thorough investigation, he will seek settlement of your case. Attorney Mark C. Blane is also mindful that your injury case may be valued by a computer system controlled by a claims adjuster. He has years of experience in documenting the injuries and putting it together in a concise demand package so the insurance company using such a computer system can easily input the "value driver" data for your particular case.