Trial is now underway for a personal injury lawsuit over the traumatic brain injury (TBI) suffered by a young girl when she fell 16 feet into a ravine left unprotected by a designated “play area” in a mobile home park.Nicholas C. Rowley of the law firm Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley is representing the injured girl. The company, PAMA Management, and the landlord are being sued for $85 million in damages due to the injuries suffered by the victim, which have been reported to be permanently life-changing. The company owns over 2,000 properties housing over 10,000 tenants throughout the Los Angeles and San Bernardino area.TBI is one of the most serious forms of personal injury that one can suffer as they not only affect a person’s body, but his or her ability to think and act. Depending on the areas of the brain that have been injured, consequences of a TBI can include memory loss, coma, and death. Because it is possible that a TBI can have no outward symptoms, winning a California brain injury case can be difficult. It is very challenging to convince a jury of the serious nature of a brain injury, which is not visible, and collecting evidence and successfully arguing the case is a long and complex process that needs the help of a skilled attorney. Nicholas C. Rowley has proven himself worthy of this challenge by winning many brain injury cases, including a record-setting $31.6 million verdict for a TBI case as well as a $17 million and $13.86 million verdict both for mild brain
trauma cases.A brain injury can change a person’s entire life in a moment, preventing the injury victim from accomplishing what he or she once wanted to do in life, as well as changing the lives of his or her family members.If you or a loved one has suffered this catastrophic injury due to another party’s negligence, the Los Angeles traumatic brain injury attorneys at Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley can help you receive the compensation you justly deserve. Contact our offices today for a free consultation on your case by calling 213-514-8332.