COVID-19 Notice: We are fully operational and still taking new clients. Please do not hesitate to contact us!

Florida Brain Injury Attorney

Representing the Injured Throughout the Florida Panhandle

Whether by medical malpractice or blunt force trauma, brain injuries occur far too often. In many cases, traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and brain damage are the result of someone’s negligence, carelessness, or liability. The Pittman Firm, P.A. advocates for victims of brain injury, and fights to recover the financial compensation they deserve for their medical expenses, pain and suffering, and more.

Brain Injuries from Medical Malpractice

Although rarer than brain injury caused by head trauma, medical negligence can lead to serious brain damage. For example, lack of oxygen can kill brain cells, causing permanent damage. Also, undetected internal bleeding, such as hematoma, can also lead to permanent disability.

Brain Injuries Caused by Head Trauma

In many cases, head trauma causes brain injury. One prime example of this is the lasting effects a car, truck, or motorcycle accident can have on the victims. In motor vehicle accidents, it is not uncommon for drivers and passengers to sustain traumatic brain injury due to the excessive force of a vehicle (or the road) in the event of impact. Another trauma-related cause of brain injuries is construction or industrial work. Falling objects or falls from heights, in particular, are a top cause of brain injury.

What Are the Signs of Brain Damage?

Signs of a brain injury can include:

  • Headache
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Tiredness or dizziness
  • Blurred vision or problems with speech
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Problems with memory
  • Mood changes

A brain injury can cause not only physical pain but mental and emotional pain as well. If you have suffered a brain injury in an accident, contact our firm today to learn how we can help you. We offer free, no-obligation consultations so you have nothing to lose by contacting The Pittman Firm, P.A. today.

Can You Fully Recover from a Traumatic Brain Injury?

The ability to recover from a brain injury, either in part or completely, depends largely on the severity of your injury. The prognosis for recovering from a mild traumatic brain injury is usually better than that of a more serious injury. Generally speaking, those who suffer a mild head injury usually recover within three months. While recovering from a more serious injury can take longer there is also a higher chance you will need some form of other medical intervention as part of your recovery processes such as physical therapy or speech therapy.

Contacting The Pittman Firm, P.A. Regarding Representation

The Pittman Firm, P.A. is available to represent victims of brain injury and their families. If you or someone you love suffered lasting damage due to someone else’s negligence or carelessness, we are here for you.

Get in touch with us today for a free review of your case. We don’t charge you a fee unless we win!


  • The Pittman Firm, P.A. You are an exceptional attorney and I appreciate your expertise.
  • The Pittman Firm, P.A. We will always be grateful for the merits and credits of this lawsuit
  • The Pittman Firm, P.A. Our family appreciates your dedication to helping us.
  • The Pittman Firm, P.A. Thank you so very much.
  • The Pittman Firm, P.A. Your thoughtfulness is very much appreciated.
  • The Pittman Firm, P.A. Thank you for everything you did
Prev Next

Contact The Pittman Firm, P.A. Today!

Hiring of a Florida injury lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. The firm will be happy to provide you with more information regarding Attorney Pittman’s qualifications and answer any questions you may have regarding your legal options.

Contact The Pittman Firm, P.A. now for the high-quality legal representation you need for your personal injury case.
  • Please enter your name.
  • This isn't a valid phone number.
    Please enter your phone number.
  • This isn't a valid email address.
    Please enter your email address.
  • Please make a selection.
  • Please enter the state.
  • Please enter a message.