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Will I Ever Recover From a Traumatic Brain Injury? Find Out Here

Brain Injury

The brain is arguably one of the most important organs in the human body. It controls different processes and regulates the production of certain hormones, neurotransmitters, gives rise to consciousness and personality, as well as controls unconscious biological processes such as one’ breathing and heartbeat. Therefore, a fall leading to traumatic brain injury may not seem as serious at first, but it can have long-lasting symptoms, some of which only show up many years later.

Are you looking for a best traumatic brain injury attorney? If you or a loved one slipped and fell and sustained a brain injury, or were in a car accident leading to development of severe brain injury, call us at (773) 825-3651. Traumatic brain injury symptoms may only show up many years later, and by this time, the damage may be so pervasive that it may be difficult to return to normal. In order to safeguard your health as well as compensation, please give our best brain injury lawyers a call NOW at (773) 825-3651 to learn more about your legal options for compensation. The call is 100% FREE, and there’s no legal obligation on your part.

Post-Concussion Syndrome Attorneys 

It is estimated just under a quarter of all TBI survivors suffer from post-concussion syndrome. This is a condition characterized by mood changes, dizziness, memory issues, difficulty concentrating, aggression many years after the event that caused the head trauma. It is important to understand that even after you are seen by a neurologist and the tests are done and treatment issued, some of these symptoms simply do not go away on their own. This will make it difficult to go about your daily life, hard to sustain a job and negatively influence interpersonal relationships.

Here are some of the most common complications of severe traumatic brain injury:

  • Chronic pain of unknown origin
  • Problems with one’s motor skills
  • Vision issues
  • Speech and communication problems
  • Difficulty walking unaided
  • Impaired decision making
  • Impaired executive functioning
  • A decline in the maintenance of personal relationships
  • Muscle stiffness
  • Paralysis and seizures

Traumatic Brain Injury Compensation

It is likely that an insurance company will accept injury claims such as broken bones or whiplash and sprains, but deny that you suffered a traumatic brain injury. This is because this is a “high ticket claim” that will oblige them to pay you millions of dollars in compensation. Traumatic brain injury can last many years, and this justifies the substantial compensation we recover for our clients. Many end up being disabled, needing several surgeries and assisted living arrangements, and all these costs add up over the years.

Best Traumatic Injury Attorneys – Call Us Today!

Don’t talk to the insurance company regarding your traumatic brain injury before talking to us. We’ll be able to accurate the extent of your traumatic brain injury, consult with health experts about the long-term health consequences of the same, and recover much more than you will ever get from the insurance company. Need to talk to someone? Please give us a call NOW at (773) 825-3651 to learn more about your legal options. We look forward to hearing from you.