The subtleties of brain injuries are tough to navigate with when they need to be proven in court.

We understand the intricacies and how to continue your care.

Traumatic Brain Injuries, also referred to as TBIs, are defined as an injury to the brain from an external force which can cause brain dysfunction and associated neurological and cognitive impairments.


  • Tractor Trailer crashes
  • Car wrecks
  • Motorcycle crashes
  • Trips & Falls
  • Blunt force or being hit by an object
  • Assaults
  • Explosive barotraumatic blast


The effects of TBIs can be subtle and not necessarily visible, and at times, take further medical examination to spot and treat after an injury occurs making it critical that you have a law firm on your side who is experienced in knowing what to look for and stays up to date on the latest technologies and testing advances. Hendy | Johnson | Vaughn | Emery has the resources and network of experts like neurologists, neuropsychologists, neuroradiologists, and therapists needed to properly diagnose and treat those effected by or are dealing with a TBI. HJVE has proudly been serving those effected by TBIs for decades and stands ready to help navigate the legal process while making sure you continue to receive the care you deserve.

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“Recognizing TBI’s and understanding the life-long effects they can have on an individual and their family can hard to navigate, both emotionally and in the courtroom. We always strive to balance the compassion and understanding that’s needed for those involved with the grit these cases deserve in the courtroom, knowing that the recovery we fight for can have a great impact on your life-long care.”

– Sarah Emery

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