Spring Hill Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer

As Spring Hill grows, so does the number of accidents occurring on our local roads, at area construction sites and other workplaces, at commercial businesses, and in homes. One of the most severe injuries a person can suffer is a traumatic brain injury.

If you or your loved one suffered a traumatic brain injury in an accident or incident in Spring Hill due to someone else’s negligence, you may be eligible to recover financial compensation from the at-fault party or parties. A Spring Hill traumatic brain injury lawyer at Lucas, Macyszyn & Dyer Law Firm can review your case during a free consultation and discuss your legal options.

Brain injuries are often catastrophic injuries, and you may need significant financial resources to pay for medical care and meet the challenges ahead. Lucas, Macyszyn & Dyer Law Firm can help. We represent traumatic brain injury victims in Spring Hill and throughout Hernando County, fighting to get them as much financial compensation as possible.

Our Spring Hill traumatic brain injury lawyers have more than 20 years of experience representing accident victims and have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for clients in a wide range of personal injury cases.

Traumatic Brain Injury Overview

The Brain Injury Association of America explains that the brain is the body’s most vital organ. It controls your ability to walk, talk, eat, balance, and reason. It is responsible for regulating your body’s sleep/wake cycle, breathing, and heart rate. Its inner workings cause you to experience emotions and form memories.

But as important and powerful as your brain is, it also struggles at healing from injury. Because of this, individuals who have suffered a brain injury often struggle with long-lasting impairments, permanent disabilities, and high medical bills.

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) entails damage to the brain resulting from a sudden blow or jolt to the head or body. While the injury is often classified as either mild, moderate, or severe, there is nothing “mild” about suffering an injury to the organ responsible for so many of the body’s most vital functions.

Victims of TBI—no matter how “mild”—commonly suffer from impairments that include:

  • Memory loss
  • Difficulty controlling emotions or behavior
  • Cognitive difficulties
  • Difficulty speaking or understanding spoken language
  • Changes to the senses of vision, taste, or smell
  • Loss of balance
  • Disrupted sleep
  • Loss of motor coordination
  • The inability to control breathing and heart rate without mechanical assistance
  • Prolonged loss of consciousness

Severe brain injuries can be debilitating, life-altering injuries. At Lucas, Macyszyn, & Dyer Injury Firm, our Spring Hill personal injury lawyers take TBIs seriously because we understand their effect on our clients’ lives and what it will take to support them financially as they recover.

Common Complications of Traumatic Brain Injuries

In addition to lasting impairments and disabilities, TBIs can also produce dangerous or even deadly complications, such as:

  • Seizures, which are common shortly after the onset of the injury but can become chronic and continue to occur for months or years. Repeated seizures after a brain injury are called traumatic epilepsy.
  • Hydrocephalus, which is a collection of cerebrospinal fluid in the brain after the injury. This excess fluid can increase the pressure in the brain and result in further damage. Often, this complication is treated by surgically placing a shunt in the sufferer’s brain to drain the fluid.
  • Damage to the blood vessels in the brain can weaken them and increase the sufferer’s risk of developing blood clots or even having a stroke.
  • Chronic headaches can begin within a week of the injury and become both chronic and debilitating.
  • An increased risk of a degenerative brain disorder, such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s.

Other TBI Problems

A traumatic brain injury can change every aspect of your life. Financially, it is a costly condition to treat—medical bills in the hundreds of thousands of dollars (or more) are not uncommon. In addition, many impacts of a TBI may prevent you from working, damaging your earning capacity.

TBIs also frequently cause social disruptions for the victim by impairing impulse and emotional control. A severe head injury can make it challenging to maintain your friendships or participate in hobbies or activities you enjoy. And it can interfere with your family life, straining your most important relationships with your spouse, children, and other loved ones.

Contrary to popular belief, studies indicate that children do not necessarily fare better in recovering from traumatic brain injuries than adults do. Instead, the family of a child with a TBI often must “wait and see” how the injury impacts the child over time. TBIs can wreak havoc with a child’s learning, in particular. Children coping with a traumatic brain injury frequently need educational accommodations and support to maintain their development.

How Do Traumatic Brain Injuries Occur in Spring Hill?

There are several ways that a person can suffer a traumatic brain injury in Spring Hill. Here is a look at some common scenarios that have led to our clients suffering from TBIs.

Traffic Accidents

Spring Hill’s recent population growth has led to a notable increase in traffic on area roads, which has resulted in more traffic accidents. According to TBI data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), motor vehicle crashes are one of the country’s most common causes of traumatic brain injuries, and the risk is especially high for young people, bicyclists, pedestrians, and motorcyclists.

At Lucas, Macyszyn, & Dyer Injury Firm, we have years of experience representing victims of car, truck, bus, motorcycle, pedestrian, and bicycle accidents who have suffered TBIs and need help securing financial compensation.


CDC data also identifies falls as another common source of traumatic brain injuries, especially for Spring Hill’s older residents. Falls can happen anywhere in Spring Hill, from nursing homes to supermarkets to backyards. However, no matter the location of a fall, a dangerous property condition is often to blame.

Owners and occupants of commercial, residential, and public property in Spring Hill may owe compensation to someone who falls and suffers a TBI on their premises because of a preventable hazard. A personal injury attorney at Lucas, Macyszyn, & Dyer Injury Firm can help you hold them accountable.


Traumatic brain injuries frequently afflict victims of violent criminal acts such as child abuse, domestic abuse, assaults, and gun violence. However, those injured victims often do not realize that they may receive financial compensation for their injuries.

At Lucas, Macyszyn, & Dyer Injury Firm, we know how to navigate the complicated and emotionally trying process of holding the perpetrator of a violent crime and others who reasonably should have prevented it financially responsible for the costs and difficulties of their TBI.

Military Training and Combat

Members of the armed forces face a heightened risk of suffering TBIs in training exercises and while deployed in combat areas. Common causes of military service-related traumatic brain injuries include motor vehicle accidents, falls, and exposure to explosive blasts.

According to the CDC, more than 430,000 U.S. service members have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries in the past two decades, with the symptoms of many of these injuries co-mingling with other health issues, including post-traumatic stress disorder.

The attorneys and legal professionals at Lucas, Macyszyn, & Dyer Injury Firm believe active-duty soldiers and veterans deserve full compensation for injuries sustained in connection with their service and fight to ensure they get it.

High-Impact Sports

For years, the public treated concussions (a form of TBI) in high-impact sports as no big deal. Increasingly, however, research has shown that traumatic brain injuries pose a serious risk to athletes of all ages in a wide variety of sports, including football, hockey, soccer, lacrosse, and gymnastics, to name just a few.

According to VeryWellHealth, more than 130,000 children under 18 experience sports-related head trauma each year in the U.S. The concussions these athletes suffer can cause lasting impairments and disruptions in their lives.

At Lucas, Macyszyn, & Dyer Injury Firm, we understand what it takes to identify when sports-related TBIs should not have happened or when coaches or game officials failed to follow concussion protocols. If we find that evidence, we know how to hold the parties at fault accountable to injured athletes.

Seek Compensation After a Traumatic Brain Injury in Spring Hill

If you or your loved one suffered a Spring Hill traumatic brain injury in an accident caused by someone else’s careless or reckless actions, you may be entitled to recover compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and other losses.

The team at Lucas, Macyszyn, & Dyer Injury Firm wants to help you explore your options.

Who might owe you financial compensation for a Spring Hill TBI?

Generally speaking, anyone whose unreasonably dangerous decisions or actions led to your injury may owe you monetary damages for the harm you have suffered. Other parties with a legal duty to answer for an at-fault individual’s conduct might also be liable for your injuries and losses.

At Lucas, Macyszyn, & Dyer Injury Firm, we investigate your case carefully to identify everyone who may have an obligation under Florida law to pay you compensation.

Those parties might include, for example:

  • A careless driver who caused a Spring Hill-area motor vehicle accident that resulted in your TBI, and that driver’s employer (if the driver crashed a work vehicle);
  • The owner or tenant of a Spring Hill property where you fell and suffered a TBI because of a dangerous property hazard;
  • The management of a Spring Hill nursing home or other care facility where your aging loved one fell and suffered a TBI because of a lack of adequate staffing;
  • The manufacturer of safety equipment that failed while you used it at your job in Spring Hill, causing you to fall and suffer a TBI.

These are just a few examples, of course. Connect with us at Lucas, Macyszyn, & Dyer Injury Firm to learn more about who may owe you financial compensation for your Spring Hill traumatic brain injury.

What compensation can you get for a Spring Hill TBI?

Every TBI case we handle at Lucas, Macyszyn, & Dyer Injury Firm has unique facts and circumstances that determine the types and amounts of financial compensation our client might receive.

However, in general, by pursuing legal action on behalf of a TBI victim, our team can often secure payment for:

  • Past and future medical costs related to the medical treatment of a TBI and health complications resulting from it.
  • Other past and future expenses our client would not have had if it were not for having suffered a TBI, such as the cost of hiring help with everyday tasks like childcare or transportation.
  • Income loss for time missed from work because of the injury, including the value of vacation days or sick leave spent.
  • Lost future earning capacity due to a TBI preventing our client from working over the long term.
  • Physical pain and suffering caused by a TBI and medical interventions that are used to treat it.
  • Emotional distress flowing from the accident that caused the TBI or from living with the TBI.
  • Loss of the enjoyment of life, harm to personal and intimate relationships, and all other frustrations and inconveniences our client suffers because of a TBI.

In some brain injury cases, we may also be able to obtain punitive damages for our client, which serves as extra compensation when the party at fault for a TBI engaged in especially wrongful or outrageous actions.

Experienced Spring Hill TBI Lawyers

If you or a loved one suffered a traumatic brain injury in any accident in Spring Hill, the skilled TBI lawyers at Lucas, Macyszyn & Dyer Injury Firm want to explore your options for receiving financial compensation

Contact us today online or at (352) 686-0080 for a free, no-risk consultation about your case.


Hernando County
2190 Commercial Way
Spring Hill, FL 34606

Phone: 352.686.0080

Spring Hill Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys Nicolas Ottaviano


I would highly recommend Lucas and Magazine. Everyone that I spoke to helped me along the process. I’d have to say Josephine was my main contact. She is so understanding and helpful. I thought my experience was very professional and that I was a valued client. Absolutely 5 stars ⭐️!