If you or a loved has suffered a traumatic brain injury, or TBI, mapping out a road to recovery requires years of care and consultations from doctors and specialists. If you have suffered a TBI as a result of a work accident, slip and fall, auto accident, defective product, or medical error, call Giroux Amburn.
You need an attorney who can explain to the jury the complexities of the injury and can get you the compensation you need for medical care and treatment.
Traumatic brain injuries can come from a variety of occurrences.
A TBI can result when the head suddenly and violently hits an object. However, traveling at a high rate of speed or striking a hard object are not necessary elements to a traumatic brain injury.
Serious brain injuries can result from car accidents, motorcycle accidents, falls, blows to the head, and construction site accidents. Injury to the head can cause the brain to bruise, bleed or swell. The resulting injury can be catastrophic. Many of those hospitalized have long-term impairment that affects their ability to perform everyday activities. Significant facial or head trauma is not necessary. A person may look perfectly fine with little or no visible injury yet suffer from life-altering residual difficulties.
Even a mild TBI can result in lifestyle changes for the injured victim and family. Recovery can be a lifelong process of adjustments and accommodations. Brain injury treatment can be extremely expensive and required coordination between many medical specialties. Contact us today to discuss your options.
The emotional and financial hardships can be devastating. The change in family dynamics requires the attention and understanding of an experienced law firm with the needs of the injured person and their family as the primary focus. We have over 20 years experience in the handling of complex brain injury cases.
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