Lawyers For Brain Injury Claims Through ICBC
Living with brain trauma is a monumental challenge. Following the onset of an acquired brain injury (ABI), also called traumatic brain injury (TBI), the entire family must provide care and support. During the long process of recovery, medical rehabilitation must come first.
When a TBI is the result of a car accident, a lawyer can communicate with ICBC on your behalf. If you call Tell Del first, you will never have to talk to ICBC. You can turn your attention fully to yourself and your loved ones, while we work to obtain a maximum settlement on your behalf.
ICBC claims are rarely simple, especially when your injury is complicated. Call Tell Del instead of ICBC. It is free to call us, and we can help you right away.
The Acquired Brain Injury Program at the Fraser Health Authority identifies several symptoms of brain injury. Among those are the emotional effects, such as depression, anger and impatience, which can be difficult for loved ones as well as the injury victim.
While rehabilitation is ongoing for the cognitive, communicative and physical injuries, many victims’ lives are put on hold. The time away from employment and expenses for ongoing therapy have a devastating financial effect.
Families Deserve Help
If you call Tell Del, you will have the support of lawyers who have spent decades helping injured victims in British Columbia. We have never worked for ICBC, and we never will.
Tell Del is dedicated to getting your family the right care. We will work to get you disability benefits through ICBC and the full range of compensation you are entitled to.
Call Tell Del Today
Contact us. Call 604-689-2626 from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday or 604-TELL DEL (835-5335) after hours in Vancouver. There is no charge for the call, and we never take a fee from you until your claim settles.
BEFORE YOU TELL ICBC. We can help you right now. Before you talk to ICBC, contact us. Call 604-689-2626 from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday or 604-TELL DEL (835-5335) after hours.