All brain injuries, even those that seem minor, can lead to long-term effects. Oftentimes, there isn't any visible indication that there was an injury to the brain; however, for the person who is suffering, the effects are very real. We know that living with a brain injury is difficult and that you and also your family members are affected.
When it comes to a brain injury, the behavioral and emotional changes that occur are often some of the most difficult adjustments. The person who was injured might not realize how their behaviors are affecting the people around them. Family members, especially children, may not understand why their loved one has changed so much.
Adding in the physical complications that can occur because of a brain injury, including headaches, amnesia, lack of or limited motion and cognitive changes can make the injury almost unbearable. We know that you never expected to suffer from a brain injury that would impact your life so much.
If your brain injury was the result of someone else's negligence, such as a drunk driving accident or a slip-and-fall, you might choose to hold the negligent person accountable for their actions or lack thereof. We can help you to learn about the process of seeking compensation by answering your questions.
We can also help you to file your claim. As your case moves through the court system, we can make sure you understand your options. It is critical that you play an active part in the decision making process since you are the person affected by the outcome of the case.
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