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Traumatic Brian Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury & Damage information

If you or a loved one has been coping with a brain injury you know the struggles that can occur. It is no easy road and requires an adjustment in your life. Once injured you may only have a limited time to file a claim depending on your states statute of limitations. This is basically a set time your state will allow you to file a lawsuit. After that time, you are no longer entitled to a settlement for medical bills, lost wages, lost future wages and other damages that you may have incurred.

We are not a law firm but can help you get in touch with a brain injury lawyer who will help you receive a just settlement for your injuries. To get your case started please fill out our contact form and an attorney will contact you.

God truly worked wonders when he created man. Unfortunately, our brains were never developed to take the serious blows to the head. Your brain is fragile. Injuries from a variety of different external forces can result in what is called traumatic brain injury or TBI.

There are two basic types of traumatic brain injury. The first classification are penetrating head injuries. This is where an object like shrapnel enters the brain. Usually, when an object enters the brain it will cause damage to a specific area which could have different symptoms to victims.

The second type of injury is classified as closed head injuries. These are injuries to the brain when an object does not penetrate the skill but rather an intense blow has been suffered. Some of the more common accidents that can cause such a blow include motorcycle accidents, slip and fall accidents, car accidents, or sports.

Damages Associated with Traumatic Brain Injury

Any type of traumatic brain injury can result in the following:

  • Internal bleeding
  • Nerve damage
  • Seizures
  • Bruised tissue

Is Traumatic Brain Injury Treatable?

Anyone who has suffered from TBI has usually suffered from a serious injury. Their life could be severely altered. Dealing with this type of personal injury is not easy. The good news is that there is hope. With the right resources and help your TBI could improve. That is not to say that you will make a full recovery but TBI is treatable.

Holding Those Accountable for Your TBI Accident

After a brain injury, especially a catastrophic injury, you may have a number of medical bills stacking up. Your ability to perform your job and standard of living could be greatly diminished. If you have suffered from a brain injury you may have a claim for compensation for all of your damages. This includes medical bills, lost wages, lost future wages and pain and suffering.

We are not a law firm but can help you find an attorney who will fight for you. If you or a loved one is searching for a skilled and knowledgeable lawyer, please contact us today by filling out our form on the top right hand side of this page. An experienced traumatic brain injury attorney can help you receive a fair settlement for your injuries.



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