Brain & Spinal Cord Injuries

Representing Victims of Catastrophic Injuries in Mississippi

Some of the most devastating injuries that anyone can suffer are those to our central nervous system. Any one who suffers a brain or spinal cord injury will be left with some degree of permanent disability for the rest of his or her life.

At the law firm of Bailey & Womble in Batesville, our lawyers represent people who suffer serious injuries in motor vehicle accents, construction accidents and from other types of negligence. Our lawyers have obtained multimillion dollar awards for our clients, including $1.2 million settlement of a lawsuit for a man who suffered a traumatic brain injury in a truck accident in Panola county.

If you or a loved one has suffered a life-changing injury, our lawyers will hire economists and life care planners who will help us document the amount of money that is needed to provide financial security for a lifetime. You will only have one opportunity to seek compensation from the negligent party. If you settle your case for too little money, you and your family could be impoverished by medical bills and lost wages after a few years.

Traumatic Brain Injuries

It's easy to obtain an X-ray to determine if you have a broken bone. It's more difficult to see what's going on inside someone's head. Mild traumatic brain injury can occur even when there is no outside damage.

If your loved one is experiencing headaches, memory problems or other symptoms following an accident, it's extremely important to have a doctor with the proper expertise conduct a full examination. In some cases those symptoms won't go away. Even children may develop debilitating seizures following a concussion or brain injury.

Spinal Cord Injury

The most severe spinal cord injuries leave a person paralyzed in both legs (paraplegia) or in all four limbs (quadriplegia). While our lawyers advise spinal cord injury victims to be hopeful that some degree of function may be restored, we also believe you should plan for a future where you will need ongoing medical treatment, rehabilitation and personal services.

Free Attorney Consultation

To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers, call 866-970-4650 or fill out the contact form on this Web site. We handle brain and spinal cord injury cases on a contingency fee basis. That means if you don't get any money, we don't get any money. Our law office is located in Batesville and we handle personal injury cases throughout northern Mississippi.