Brain Injury

Experienced Advocates for your Brain Injury Case

Traumatic Brain Injury is serious. The toll on the individual and family can be both emotional and financial. Representing survivors of Traumatic Brain Injury (or TBI) is an integral part of Blankingship & Keith's personal injury practice. Our experience in representing TBI victims helps us to understand the cognitive, physical and emotional problems stemming from such injuries, and to work with family members, friends and health care providers to help our clients assert their rights through the civil justice system.

No head injury is too trivial to ignore, and if you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury, we stand ready to help. We have represented TBI survivors and their families in a variety of different cases, with a special focus on motor vehicle collisions involving 18-wheel tractor trailers and other commercial vehicles, including tankers, trash trucks, and dump trucks.

We have also had the privilege of representing a courageous young boy catastrophically brain injured by a defective product and have represented brain injury victims injured in on and off-road bicycle accidents, and in negligent security cases against commercial landowners, such as apartments, hotels, and shopping malls. Our firm has undertaken brain injury cases arising from accidents and incidents throughout Northern Virginia, including Fairfax, Arlington, Prince William, Fauquier and Clarke Counties, as well as in Maryland, California and the District of Columbia.

Our team is recognized by U.S. News - Best Law Firms as a tier one practice in both personal injury and product liability litigation, and members of the team have been recognized by Best Lawyers, the Washingtonian, Super Lawyers, Virginia Lawyers Weekly, Arlington Magazine, and by U.S. News – Best Lawyers for both personal injury and product liability litigation. A lead partner in the practice served on the Executive Committee of the Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation Group of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America and has written and lectured on legal issues concerning brain injury victims.