Head and brain injuries can have a lasting impact on your life in any number of ways, including impacting your education, work, family life, and your day-to-day living. More than 50,000 people are killed each year due to a brain injury, while over 235,000 require expensive hospitalization and treatment.
The major causes of brain injury related accidents include:
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can vary greatly in severity; from bruising of the skin to minor lacerations, concussions, and even a fractured skull. It’s important to understand that even a fairly minor head injury can have lasting symptoms if improperly cared for, including headaches, vision problems, vertigo, memory problems, cognitive difficulties and dizziness.
With any brain injury, it’s important to get guidance from experts that have experience with this type of issue. At The Mann Law Firm, our experienced personal injury attorneys help clients by holding those responsible and obtaining the compensation you require to prevent your brain injury from causing additional burdens or strains on your lifestyle.
If you or a loved one has experienced a severe brain or head injury and someone else is to blame, you may be able to claim compensation for:
Brain injuries are caused by any impact or a sudden jolt to the head that disturbs normal brain functioning, which can have far-reaching effects.
Even a mild brain injury can result in a loss of consciousness for up to 30 minutes, and 15% of mild brain injury victims will experience symptoms for up to a year or more.
These less-severe injuries may take days or weeks to cause symptoms, making them often overlooked in initial medical examinations after an accident. Symptoms of a mild brain injury can include:
A serious brain injury can leave you with physical problems such as impairment of movement, balance or speech. If you have incurred a severe brain injury, you are also at risk of experiencing memory problems, difficulty paying attention, and personality changes.
Both the physical and mental repercussions of brain injuries can impact your work, quality of life, and personal relationships.
According to Brain Injury Association of America, only 5% of individuals with a severe brain injury have enough resources for their long-term treatment.
If you or a loved one have experienced a brain injury that is the result of someone else’s wrongful act, The Mann Law Firm will work hard to ensure your rights are protected. Our expert attorneys understand how to handle complex brain injury cases, including working with the medical professionals necessary to determine your long-term costs.
Contact us for a free consultation, and learn why The Mann Law Firm has record-setting success advocating our brain injury clients. Call (408) 287-1600 for your consultation today.