Traumatic Brain Injury Cases

Slaughter & Lupton Law

Your Trusted Traumatic Brain Injury Advocates

In 2021, about 190 Americans died from TBI-related injuries every day. In 2020, there were more than 214,000 TBI-related hospitalizations.


At Slaughter & Lupton Law, PLLC our accomplished team of attorneys have significant experience representing clients suffering from traumatic brain injuries and concussions due to someone else’s negligence. Having litigated many brain injury and concussion cases in Virginia and North Carolina courts, our attorneys offer comprehensive legal support to TBI victims and their families.


Our experience in TBI cases well equips us to navigate the complex landscape of the legal aspects of medical, psychiatric, and psychological assessments, insurance claims, vocational rehabilitation, the types of specific economic losses that clients with traumatic brain injuries suffer. Traumatic brain injuries and concussions are different from other types of injuries and there is a growing medical knowledge, understanding, and appreciation for the lasting effects of these head injuries.

Here for you when you need it most.


Slaughter & Lupton Law, PLLC is proud to service the following Virginia and North Carolina cities:


Virginia Areas We Serve

North Carolina Areas We Serve

Our firm is technologically proficient with comprehensive case management information systems in place to handle many transactions and documents electronically including signing and paralegals who are Virginia and North Carolina e-notaries.

Virginia Beach Location

Edenton Location

Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

If you or someone you know has experienced a TBI, it's legally important to seek medical attention. Immediately. Certain physicians “specialize” in treating TBI patients. Through experience representing clients with TBIs and concussions, our team understands how these injuries affect our clients and their families.

We are here to offer patient legal guidance and reassurance during the difficult recovery process.

Recognizing Signs & Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injuries

Identifying traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can be very difficult. Physicians specializing in brain injuries  often classify traumatic brain injuries as mild TBIs and concussion, moderate TBIs, and severe TBIs, with a significant differentiation between mild TBIs and moderate and severe TBIs.


How physicians classify traumatic brain injuries depend on a number of identified factors. Physicians then treat patients according to their diagnosis, classification, and symptoms. Legally, how the treating or examining specialists classify the injury often affects the value of many claims as the type and severity of symptoms differ depending on the severity of the brain injury. There is a growing appreciation in society and the insurance industry of the depth and far reaching consequences of TBIs and concussions on an injured person’s quality of life. If you or someone you know has been in an accident, you don't have to go it alone.

Here are some common signs and symptoms of a concussion or brain injury:

Headaches or “pressure” in the head
Memory loss
Confusion or disorientation
Dizziness or balance problems
Blurry or double vision
Irritation from light or noise
Nausea or vomiting
Changes in mood or behavior including sluggishness, hazy, or foggy.
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At Slaughter & Lupton Law, PLLC, we know how overwhelming it can be. We are here to guide you through the situation and provide the legal support that you need. Your recovery is your top priority, so let us handle the legal details and minutia.

Contact us today to discuss your situation and take the first step towards getting the compensation you deserve for such a life affecting injury.

Understanding the Impact of Traumatic Brain Injuries

Traumatic brain injuries can have both physical and psychological effects, often necessitating long-term medical treatment and rehabilitation. Individuals may experience cognitive impairments, emotional instability, and even permanent disability. The associated financial burden can be overwhelming, adding to the emotional toll on victims and their families.

Common Causes of Brain Injuries

Traumatic brain injuries can occur many different ways. These include:

Car accidents
Truck accidents
Tractor trailer accidents
Motorcycle accidents
Slip and fall accidents

Identifying Responsible Parties in TBI Cases

Determining liability in TBI cases can be complex, with potentially responsible parties including:

Negligent drivers in auto accidents
Property owners and business occupants in slip and fall cases
Manufacturers of defective products
Owners of a dangerous animal causing injuries

Seek a Compassionate Brain Injury Lawyer for a Free Consultation

If you or someone you know has suffered a traumatic brain injury, we want to be there for you. At Slaughter & Lupton Law, PLLC we understand the impact a traumatic brain injury can have on you and your family. Let us fight for you!

Contact us today for a free consultation so we can help you get the compensation you deserve.

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