A brain injury can be one of the most severe injuries a person can suffer. Because the brain is such a complex organ, injuries can be unpredictable and difficult to diagnose. While brain injuries impact everyone differently, they can last a lifetime and can dramatically affect a person’s, and their family’s, quality of life.
Mild brain injuries can be a result of many things, including a blunt force from a car accident, assault, or a fall. Despite the word ‘mild’, these injuries can have a devastating impact on your life, and you may suffer swelling, headaches, migraines, concussions, constant dizziness, or even hemorrhages.
A traumatic brain injury (also referred to as TBI or intracranial injury) is the most severe type of brain injury. Motorcycle crashes, construction accidents, physical violence, and sports are the most common causes, and victims may require medical and long-term care for the rest of their lives.
Because these injuries may not appear for weeks or even months after an accident, and because they can be difficult to diagnose, calculating future medical bills can be hard. We understand the specific nature of brain injuries and have the experience to help you and your loved ones get just compensation for the harm you have suffered.
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