Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys in Portland
Serving injured victims and their families
Have you or a loved one suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) caused by the negligence of a driver, medical professional, or corporate entity? You may be entitled to compensation.
After a brain injury, you may need medical treatment, rehab, and therapy — all of which can be very costly! At Pickett Dummigan McCall, our Oregon brain injury attorneys believe you should never shoulder out-of-pocket costs due to the negligence or dangerous behavior of another.
Our team has years of experience representing those who have suffered a TBI as a result of:
- Slips and falls
- Construction accidents
- Auto accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Pedestrian accidents
Whatever the cause of your TBI, contact us to learn more. If we believe you have a case, we’ll utilize our years of experience and long-established relationships with investigators, medical professionals, and industry experts to ensure you’re appropriately compensated for your losses. You won’t be charged attorney fees unless we win.
Settlement for a young mother who suffered a brain injury due to the medical team’s failure to immediately start CPR.
Settlement for a young woman struck by a truck.
Settlement for young girl struck by a vehicle.
Settlement for a young man working in a tire shop.
Know the Symptoms of a TBI
Not all TBI injuries are immediately apparent. In fact, you can develop brain trauma without ever being struck in the head or losing consciousness. Mild traumatic brain injuries can be present for several weeks before symptoms appear. If you’ve recently had an accident or injury, be aware of common TBI symptoms, including:
• Memory loss
• Issues with speech and language
• Partial or full loss of hearing/vision
• Sleep disorders
• Behavioral disorders
• Personality changes
1.7 million Americans suffer a traumatic brain injury each year. Over 70,000 develop a long-term disability as a result.
Undiagnosed or untreated head injuries can have devastating long-term effects, including dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, Lou Gehrig’s disease, and depression. If you’ve been in an accident, seek immediate medical attention to ensure your health and safety.
Quick Answers from Our Attorneys
Q: How long do I have to file a traumatic brain injury lawsuit in Oregon?
“Oregon has various time limitations for filing and settling a traumatic brain injury claim. In general, you have 2 years from the date of your traumatic brain injury to file and settle your claim. In most cases, after this statute of limitations, any rights of monetary compensation will be lost.”
— R. Brendan Dummigan
Q: Do you accept cases when the client can’t pay the costs?
“We believe everyone deserves to be heard and have their day in court, regardless of where they come from or if they are rich or poor. Contact us to learn more about our fees and how the process works. Remember, you don’t pay anything unless we win your case.”
— Christopher Larsen
Q: Why do you represent people with traumatic brain injuries?
— Shangar S. Meman
Hear from our clients
I am a licensed California attorney. When my sister was injured in Portland, I turned to Kristen West McCall. Kristen was responsive, diligent, and most importantly, went beyond expectations in the pursuit of compensation for my sister. I would recommend her unconditionally.
Mr. Dummigan and his staff are very professional and caring. They took a case that no one else would…and put their energy and resources into the case to see it come to a successful close. It was an unfortunate series of events that led me to Mr. Dummigan’s office, but I was thankful for the closure his office brought to my situation.
I could not have asked for a better legal team than all three of you. Thank you again for the time and energy that you and your staff were willing to spend on my behalf, it made these last two years of my life a little more tolerable.
How To Get Started
We understand how stressful and confusing it can feel in the aftermath of traumatic brain injury. Our team is here to help. We have experience working with people who have lots of questions or feel nervous about working with a lawyer — we’ll make this as easy as possible.
1. Get in touch
Fill out our contact form so we can schedule a time to talk.
2. Free Consultation
We’ll listen to your situation, answer any questions.
3. Get Justice
If you have a case, our attorneys will dedicate their full attention to your case.