Has Your Loved One Gone Into a Coma?
If someone you care about has suffered a brain injury that has led to a vegetative state, and that injury was caused by an act of negligence, Perey Law Group can help.
For more than 25 years, our attorneys have handled personal injury and wrongful death cases for people in Seattle and throughout Washington. We have the experience to obtain results in vegetative state and brain injury cases, and we have the record of success to prove it.
Working With Medical Experts
In addition to having a doctor and a nurse on staff and in our office, we also have access to a vast network of medical experts from the Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins and other of the country’s leading medical centers.
This network of experts is helpful in two ways. First, it allows us to point you in the right direction to see that your loved one gets the best medical care possible. Second, it allows us to bring in experts who can help us understand the nature of the vegetative state that your loved one is in, experts who can also convey this information to a jury if a case needs to go to trial in order to get results.
Causes of Coma and Brain Damage
Many people are left in a coma or a persistent vegetative state after being involved in a motor vehicle accident caused by an act of negligence. These can be anything from truck accidents to motorcycle accidents.
Another unfortunate cause of brain damage is negligence by a medical professional. These medical malpractice cases can range from anesthesia errors to other surgical errors.
Other acts of negligence that can cause a vegetative state include:
- Nursing home abuse and neglect
- Product liability
- Construction accidents
- Child abuse
- Aviation accidents
- Drowning and near-drowning
You Only Pay If We Recover Compensation For You
All coma and vegetative state cases are handled on a contingency basis. We only ask for payment if we recover compensation for you.
Contact us today by calling (206) 443-7600 or filling out the form on this page to discuss your case with an experienced attorney.