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Can a TBI Lawyer Help Me?

Sadly, motor accidents cause around three in ten cases of traumatic brain injury. Elsewhere, falls, violence, and firearm injuries are other causes. Whatever the reason, you may be entitled to compensation, and a TBI lawyer can help!

What’s TBI?

Short for traumatic brain injury, a TBI is considered in cases where the function of the brain has been disrupted or interrupted in some way. Since the head is a sensitive area, any sort of blow, jolt, bump, or heavy contact can cause issues. While some injuries affect the skull, others penetrate the brain and cause problems that can last many years.

Ultimately, the severity of the injury will decide how the patient suffers. While patients can generally recover from smaller injuries quite quickly, more serious causes might cause lasting damage (or even permanent damage).

Depending on the case in question, patients are likely to require rehabilitation, recovery, and serious medical attention. The more serious the injury, the more likely patients are to face challenges for the rest of their lives.

If you or a loved one has experienced a TBI, it’s important to first determine fault. If you weren’t to blame for the accident, contact a personal injury lawyer and start on the path towards compensation.

Symptoms of TBI

As you’ve already seen, TBI cases are unique - therefore, each has different symptoms. This includes physical, cognitive, and emotional side effects. Common symptoms of TBI include seizures, vomiting and nausea, coma, double vision, blindness, slurred speech, dizziness, memory loss, confusion, headaches, muscle spasms, and ringing in the ears.

With TBI cases, the most important thing is that you receive medical care. If the injury was caused by an accident that wasn’t your fault, keep all accident reports and other paperwork that will help later in the process. Then, contact a personal injury lawyer.

Can a TBI Lawyer Help Me?

Returning to the question posed in the title, the answer is ‘yes, a personal injury lawyer can help’. How? Firstly, they will help to determine fault and whether you have a case using their experience and knowledge. People often think that TBI means getting hit in the head quite heavily, but the truth is that TBI is also caused by oxygen deficiency. Without oxygen, the body experiences toxic anoxia, anemic anoxia, stagnant anoxia, or anoxic anoxia.

A TBI lawyer from The Injury Firm will protect your legal rights, determine fault, negotiate with insurance companies, gather evidence and paperwork, speak with eyewitnesses, and communicate with expert testimonies.

As an example, it might be that a negligent driver crashed into your vehicle and caused the accident. Alternatively, a store may have failed to warn customers of a wet surface. If you or a loved one slipped on the spillage, you can hold the business accountable if they didn’t act appropriately.

A personal injury lawyer will fight your corner and push for compensation while you focus on recovery. The Injury Firm helps you to avoid common mistakes and recover medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering, and more.

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