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The physical aftermath of an auto collision, construction fall or other accident can be devastating, especially if it involves a head injury. Whether you or your family member has suffered an open or closed head injury, Crary, Clark, Domanico, & Chuang, P.S., can assist you in obtaining the compensation you deserve that can help you on your road to recovery.Based in Spokane, our personal injury firm has effectively assisted individuals throughout the surrounding Washington and Idaho cities who have sustained serious head injuries since 1981. We also represent the family members of fatal head injury victims in wrongful death claims.

CASE SPOTLIGHT: Pedestrian Versus Motor Vehicle | Settlement $450,000.00
Our client was a 21-year old college student on her way to watch a basketball game when she was struck by the defendant. She suffered a closed head injury and loss of smell. Our plaintiff made a good recovery and was able to return to school. We filed suit and were able to recover $450,000.00 for.

Spokane County Brain Injury Attorneys Who Understand Your Trauma

With more than 60 years of proven experience handling a wide variety of personal injury cases involving life-altering injuries, our Spokane head injuries attorneys Robert Crary andJames Domanico are fully equipped to help you.

Head injuries are classified in a number of ways, most commonly referred to as acceleration and deceleration injury. An acceleration injury happens when the head is struck by a rapidly moving object. A deceleration injury occurs when the head is moving quickly and strikes a fixed or solid object. Both of these types of head injuries can occur as open head injuries, i.e., bullet wound, and closed head injuries, i.e., whiplash.

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is the term used to describe the damage to the brain suffered as a result of sudden, physical force. The range of brain injuries varies depending on the loss of consciousness the victim suffers.

  • Mild TBI — Loss of consciousness for 0 to 30 minutes. Symptoms may include headache, difficulty concentrating, memory problems, etc.
  • Moderate TBI — Loss of consciousness for more than 30 minutes but less than 24 hours. Symptoms may include difficulty staying focused, memory problems, confusion, etc.
  • Severe TBI — Loss of consciousness for more than 24 hours. Symptoms may include moderate to severe cognitive problems, slurred speech and difficulty comprehending spoken and written word, sensory problems, vision loss, hearing loss, etc.

If you or your loved one has suffered a head injury, we urge you tocontact our firm today. Our team of experienced lawyers will work with you to prove how the head injury was sustained in order to hold the responsible party accountable.

We are determined to obtain full and fair compensation on your behalf for pain and suffering, medical costs, lost wages and long-term medical care. We recognize that no amount of financial compensation can take away the pain you have endured, but it may help you more easily move forward from your serious head injury.

Contact Crary, Clark, Domanico, & Chuang, P.S., Today

We invite you to contact the law office of Crary, Clark, Domanico, & Chuang, P.S., today at 509-926-4900, or e-mail us, to schedule a free and confidential consultation.

Crary, Clark, Domanico, & Chuang, P.S.

9417 East Trent Avenue
Spokane Valley, WA 99206
Phone: 509-926-4900
Fax: 509-924-7771

Our Contingency Fees

At Crary, Clark, Domanico, & Chuang, P.S., our personal injury, medical malpractice and product liability cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. If there is no recovery there is no fee.


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