Our firm has helped clients recover compensation for Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) since 1992. We obtained compensation for a client injured from a fireworks explosion, a head-on car collision that resulted in a 21-day comma; a client injured hit by a falling tree at a Boy Scout Camp along with many other clients who suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of car accidents and other negligently inflicted injuries.
Symptoms of a Traumatic Brain Injury
Traumatic brain injury cases are tough cases. The injuries are often subtle and treatment options are often lacking. But the effect on the life of a TBI victim can be dramatic and permanent. Many times TBI’s are missed in the emergency room when the doctors are focused on stopping the bleeding, repairing the broken bone, and keeping the airway open. Here is a shortlist of symptoms often endured by victims of TBI’s:
- Loss of consciousness (Many victims do not realize they were unconscious.)
- Severe headaches, dizziness, lightheadedness
- Nausea or vomiting
- Lack of coordination
- Cognitive impairment (e.g. loss of memory, confusion)
- Balance issues
- Seizures that may develop a long time after the event
- Sight or hearing loss
- Sleep problems
- Personality changes (e.g. disorientation, irritability, anxiety, rage, depression)
Our experience handling TBI injuries helps us help TBI victims.
Contact Our Fairfax Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney
We work with your doctors, and other clinicians to maximize your compensation. When appropriate use experts to prove future income loss attributable to a TBI and future medical expenses and other services useful in restoring what the victim has lost. We explore all of the resources available to help our clients maximize their recovery. Contact us for a consultation regarding your case.