Concussions And TBI Injuries
Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) include diffuse axonal injuries (common with shaken baby syndrome), contusions, penetrating injuries, open head injuries and skull fractures, and the most common type of head injury, concussions. Any type of brain injury can lead to long-term negative health effects, and victims of TBIs often require additional medical care and rehabilitation.
TBIs can be caused by a number of things, including automobile accidents, sporting events, falling objects, worksite accidents, slip-and-falls, and more.
If you or a loved one has suffered a TBI after an incident caused by someone else’s negligence, you may be eligible to receive compensation to cover your medical expenses, rehabilitation expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and disfigurement.
Consult with a brain injury attorney who has experience handling personal injuries to learn more about whether you might have a case as soon as possible.
The Long-Lasting Concerns Associated With TBIs
Due to increasing research on the long-lasting consequences of brain injuries, both healthcare providers and traumatic brain injury lawyers understand the seriousness of head trauma and are urging victims of accidents to seek appropriate treatment.
People who have suffered TBIs might struggle to perform basic everyday tasks, such as caring for themselves, and may no longer be able to enjoy an active lifestyle. They might be prevented from participating in work, school, and physical activities for several weeks, and focusing on tasks or planning ahead can become increasingly difficult. While most people recover from a concussion or a mild brain injury after a few weeks, they need that time to heal, or they risk further injury, which can even be fatal.
Survivors of head injuries frequently suffer headaches, forgetfulness, anxiety, disorientation, memory issues, dizziness, nausea and vomiting, sleeplessness, sensitivity to noise and light, balance problems, fatigue, and even emotional instability or increased irritability. Some victims develop seizures.
Sidelined By A Concussion? The Dedicated Personal Injury Attorneys At Kohn Law Office Can Help
Our team at Kohn Law Office works exclusively with the injured and the bereaved in personal injury cases. After suffering any type of brain injury and head trauma as a result of negligence, it’s extremely important to find legal representation personalized to your unique situation. Our knowledgeable head injury lawyer will work with your medical team and concussion experts to get the full picture of how your injury is affecting your lifestyle and health. We are dedicated to securing for you the full compensation you’ll need to be able to move forward with your life after suffering a brain injury.
With decades of experience handling personal injury cases, our team knows all the tactics the insurance company will use to try to reduce or deny your claim—and we also know how to beat them. We’ve recovered millions of dollars for our clients since 1987.
For more information on concussion injury claims, contact our legal team in Oceanside, CA. Kohn Law Office will stand for you and demand that you receive the compensation you deserve.
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