Brain Injury

Since 1988, Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen has represented families who have lost loved ones to someone else's negligent actions. Our firm has a proven track record of success, winning millions of dollars in rightful compensation for our clients.

Boca Raton Brain Injury Lawyers

Pursuing Your Full and Fair Compensation

A brain injury can completely alter your life, often resulting in a short- or long-term disability. The brain is, after all, the most important organ in the human body. When it is injured, you may find yourself acting like a different person, unable to remember things, and having difficulty navigating day-to-day life.

Our attorneys at Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen understand the unique challenges associated with brain injury cases. For more than 30 years, we have fought for the rights of those who have sustained catastrophic injuries—and we have been met with much acclaim for our skill in recovering these clients their full compensation. If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury due to another’s negligence, don’t wait to reach out to a member of our accomplished attorney team.

Schedule a free consultation with a Boca Raton brain injury lawyer. Call our office at (866) 629-1061 or contact us online.

Who Can Sue Over a Brain Injury?

Any Florida resident who has sustained a brain injury because of another party’s negligence can sue for compensation. Brain injury victims must prove that negligence caused the accident or incident in which they were injured, however. For example, if a drunk driver struck your vehicle and you suffered a brain injury, you would have to prove that the other driver was drunk and, therefore, acting negligently.

Other common negligent causes of brain injuries include:

Typically, those injured sue either an insurance company, such as for a motor vehicle accident, or a hospital/clinic, such as for a medical injury. It is very important to sue the correct party or the case will be thrown out. Unfortunately, this may cause plaintiffs (those suing) to miss the deadline to file suit against the correct party. Once this happens, the plaintiff will no longer have the right to seek compensation.

How Much Is a Brain Injury Case Worth?

Although every case is different, brain injury victims typically qualify to be compensated for one or more of the following damages:

  • Lost wages
  • Medical bills
  • Rehabilitation and therapy
  • Physical and mental pain and suffering
  • Short- or long-term disability accommodations

Types of Brain Injuries

The brain can sustain many different injuries in a variety of ways, such as:

  • Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs): An acquired brain injury (not present at birth) that results from trauma to the head, which causes the brain to shift, compress, or slam against the skull. Mild traumatic brain injuries are more commonly known as concussions.
  • Toxic exposure: When a person is exposed to toxic substances or materials, such as lead, a brain injury can result. These days, defective products and medications are often behind these injuries.
  • Oxygen deprivation: Brain injuries rooted in oxygen deprivation tend to be associated with near-drowning accidents, birth injury, anesthesia errors, and the like. A lack of oxygen leads to a decreased flow of oxygenated blood to the brain. Thus, the longer a person is deprived of oxygen, the more severely the brain will be injured.

It is also increasingly common for stem cell therapy patients to suffer brain injuries.

Work with a Proven Trial Team

Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen has built a legacy of successfully resolving high-stakes litigation, including litigation pertaining to brain injuries. We help clients who have suffered TBIs and other types of brain damage pursue justice.

Our notable brain injury case results include the following:

  • Eight-figure settlement negotiated in favor of a patient who suffered a hypoxic brain injury after medical staff failed to treat a heart attack in a timely manner;
  • $16 million settlement negotiated for a patient who suffered severe brain damage after she was left unattended despite having repeatedly pulled at her tracheostomy tube; and
  • $9.8 million settlement negotiated for a couple whose baby suffered severe brain damage and developed a permanent disability due to a lack of care during labor and delivery.

A lawsuit cannot truly make up for what happened. We know that. It can, however, help you recover compensation to afford the medical care you need. Further, holding the liable party accountable can provide you with a sense of closure.

Learn more about your legal options and rights in a free consultation with a Boca Raton brain injury attorney. Call (866) 629-1061 today!

A Legacy of Compassion & Excellence

Working With Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen
  • Changing Lives by Changing The Law

    Since our firm opened, we've made it our mission to get justice for our clients and their families. We've not only taken on cases that other firms had turned down, but we've also fought to get unjust laws and restrictions overturned or modified.

  • A Team of Legal Professionals

    Complex legal cases require extensive research, trial experience, and industry knowledge, which is why we always have a team of attorneys working on every case we take on. Our team-centric approach to litigation means that we're able to really focus on getting our clients the best possible outcome.

  • There Are No Upfront Legal Fees

    We handle all of our claims on a contingency fee basis and will handle all legal fees, court costs, and expert fees related to your specific case. With decades of experience in this industry, we have a wealth of experts we work with routinely to ensure your case is handled with the utmost care.

  • We Understand the Medicine

    Our attorneys not only take the time to understand the evidence in your case, but also the pathology and medical techniques used in your specific situation. We believe that any attorney that takes on these types of cases needs to be on equal footing with medical professionals and physicians. 


Millions Recovered on Behalf of Our Clients
  • Florida International University Pedestrian Bridge Collapse $100,000,000
  • Personal Injury Miami-Dade College Parking Garage Collapse
  • Bal Harbour Residential Building Collapse Confidential Settlement
  • Medical Malpractice Seven-Figure Orthopedic Medical Malpractice

    A Punta Gorda, Florida woman in her forties visited an ear, nose, and throat specialist for a check-up due to fatigue. After performing a brief examination, the doctor at the facility recommended that she undergo parathyroid surgery, however he did not order the necessary radiological scan that determines which side of her neck should be operated on. Without that information available, the surgeon began on the wrong side of her neck and did not realize his error until they were well into the procedure.

  • Medical Malpractice Seven-Figure Settlement for Woman Who Lost Her Leg After Misdiagnosis

    A woman in her sixties was brought to a hospital after she slipped and fell, injuring her leg and causing severe pain. During her treatment, the hospital staff failed to notice that the impact had caused a blood clot behind her knee, which was restricting circulation to the rest of her leg. Over time, the untreated clot cut off blood flow to the point where her leg was beyond saving and needed amputation.

  • Medical Malpractice Seven-Figure Settlement for Family of Mother Who Died During Childbirth

    In 2015, a 23-year-old mother began experiencing severe complications while giving birth in Charlotte County, Florida. The hospital’s staff did not give her the attention she needed, and failed to realize that her complications required an emergency transfer to a Sarasota County Hospital, which had the needed staff and equipment to treat her. The mother and her unborn child eventually died in the hospital.

  • Medical Malpractice Seven-Figure Settlement for Misdiagnosis of a Blood Clot

    A 68-year-old man was complaining about pain in his left leg, which was swollen, red, and painful. He went to a local emergency room, and the family asked the doctor if it was a blood clot. The doctor assured the family that it was not a blood clot but was instead cellulitis from a sunburn. When the patient returned home the next day, he died of a pulmonary embolism due to the blood clot that was initially suspected by the family.

  • Medical Malpractice Over $1 Million Settlement for Medical Malpractice Victim

    A middle-aged man had a history of an aortic aneurysm. His plan was to fly to Stanford University, where a doctor was scheduled to repair the aneurysm. Rather than starting the transfer to Stanford the day he arrived, the hospital waited three days and then failed to get his insurance company to pay for the transfer. Tragically, while the patient was speaking with the insurance company on the phone about the transfer, the aneurysm ruptured, and he died.

  • Jury Verdict Against the University of Florida $23,500,000

    A $23.5 million medical malpractice jury verdict against the University of Florida on behalf of a woman who suffered a massive stroke when a medical procedure to ease her migraines went wrong.

  • Jury Verdict on Behalf of a Former Major League Baseball Star $898,000

    A medical malpractice jury verdict on behalf of a former Major League Baseball star against an ophthalmologist for negligence in the removal of a cataract and implantation of an artificial lens in our client’s left eye.

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