Results-Driven Personal Injury Firm in Jackson
Traumatic Brain Injuries

TBI Attorneys in Jackson

Fighting for Justice & Compensation since 2008

Brain injuries are among the most serious type of injuries people suffer in personal injury accidents. While some brain injuries are incapacitating and obvious, others are more subtle and take time to reveal their extent and nature.

There is no such thing as a minor brain injury. Testing and treatment for brain injuries regularly result in hospital bills amounting to tens of thousands of dollars, if not more. Many brain injuries last a lifetime, further increasing the medical costs associated with these types of injuries.

At Williams Newman Williams, our traumatic brain injury (TBI) attorneys fight aggressively for the rights and best interests of brain injury victims across Mississippi and the southern United States. Our law firm helps our injured clients get the medical care they need and the money to pay for it all.

Do I Have a TBI?

Traumatic brain injury is the medical description for injuries to the brain caused by blunt force trauma. TBIs are much more serious than a concussion, and they can result in profound loss of cognitive function, emotional control, and even the ability to control basic movements and bodily functions.

Many people who have TBIs don't know it. In the weeks and months after their accidents, they may notice being more irritable or more easily confused than normal. Once-easy tasks may become difficult, or even impossible, to perform. Friends and loved ones may notice that the victim's personality has changed in some way. These are all signs of TBIs.

Call (601) 228-6722 for a Free Consultation

Our lawyers are familiar with the signs of TBI. Our Jackson TBI attorneys work with brain injury specialists, rehabilitation experts, and vocational counselors who can correctly diagnose our clients' conditions and create estimates of the true, long-term costs of their injuries.


Client Testimonial

5 / 5 stars

“This is the absolute best Legal team in Mississippi. Paul Williams and staff make your problem their problem.
They are extremely pleasant to work with, we consider them as apart of our family.”

TBIs change lives. If you are trying to hold your life together in the aftermath of a serious accident, or your loved one has become incapacitated and you need financial help to pay rising medical bills, our Jackson TBI attorneys can help you achieve justice while pursuing the compensation you need. We hold negligent parties and insurance companies accountable.

For more information about Williams Newman Williams and our brain injury accident services, contact us online or by calling (601) 228-6722.

Client Testimonials

Real Stories from Real People
  • “Very professional and kept me in the loop on a regular basis until the case was settled.”

    - Eric R.
  • “They are extremely pleasant to work with, we consider them as apart of our family.”

    - Ledell J.
  • “They fight not only for monetary value, but for accountability and integrity!”

    - Aidyn C.
  • “I highly recommend the attorneys at Williams Newman Williams.”

    - Shelli P.
  • “They make you feel like family and work hard for their clients.”

    - Angelia N.
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Why Hire Our Firm?

  • Excellent Trial Skills

    Our team of seasoned trial attorneys is not afraid to go to trial to fight for our clients.

  • Efficient & Results-Driven

    We move quickly and efficiently to maximize the recovery that our clients deserve.

  • A Successful Record

    We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients in groundbreaking personal injury cases.

  • Insurance Industry Insight

    Our team is comprised of former insurance defense attorneys fighting on behalf of the injured.

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