Traumatic brain injuries can result from a wide variety of circumstances, including assault and battery, boating and jet ski accidents, car accidents, day care abuse, premises liability, construction accidents, and truck accidents. Brain injuries often occur as the result of a blow or jolt to the head, which are not infrequent in these types of serious accidents. Symptoms of a mild TBI, also known as a concussion, can include headaches, fatigue, memory loss, poor concentration, irritability and depression. Symptoms of a severe TBI are more wide ranging and can include a variety of cognitive, speech and language, sensory, perceptual, physical, and emotional deficits. Traumatic brain injuries can have a devastating impact on your life, affecting your family, personal relationships, and ability to earn a living. It is important to retain counsel who are experienced with the long-term effects of traumatic brain injuries to maximize value in TBI cases. If you have been a victim of an accident involving a traumatic brain injury, contact us to discuss the legal options available to you.
Traumatic Brain Injury