If you were injured in an accident that caused a brain injury or would like to help a loved one who suffered an injury of this nature, contact the Encino brain injury lawyers with Younglove Law Firm for a complimentary confidential consultation to discuss your claim. Call us today at (602) 737-3333 to get started.
Brain injuries are often the result of trauma that victims experience in accidents such as:
Tragically, victims can also suffer traumatic brain injuries in assaults and from nursing home abuse.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 1.5 million Americans suffer a new traumatic brain injury each year. Of these, about 230,000 people are hospitalized, 50,000 people die, and up to 90,000 people experience the onset of long-term disability, on average. Today, approximately 5.3 million people are living with a permanent TBI-related disability in the United States.
A variety of symptoms can follow a traumatic brain injury. Victims and their families should carefully monitor for symptoms that appear after a trauma to the head, such as:
Victims may lose consciousness for a few minutes or longer. More serious TBI injuries can cause coma and other consciousness disorders.
TBI injury victims may suffer from various cognitive deficits, such as:
TBI victims may experience physical symptoms including:
TBI victims may experience various motor deficits, which can cause:
TBI victims can experience problems with their senses, such as:
TBIs can affect a person’s personality, potentially causing:
If you were injured in an accident that resulted in a brain injury, you may be able to recover compensation for the harm you suffered, which may provide for the following:
If you are considering taking legal action to recover compensation for your brain injury, reach out to our dedicated Encino personal injury attorneys today.
If you or a loved one suffered a brain injury, contact the Younglove Law Firm today. We provide free and confidential case consultations to all new prospective clients where you can learn about your legal rights and options. Contact us today at (602) 737-3333 to schedule your free case review.