Brain injuries can be emotionally and financially devastating. Families are often forced to cope with the reality of losing the essence of a loved one they once knew, and those injured must juggle recovery with their inability to function at one hundred percent. In the meantime, medical bills mount, wages are lost, and households begin to sink underwater.
While monetary compensation alone can never adequately repair the loss caused by a brain injury, money can help an injured person to seek excellent medical care and make up for lost wages while he or she is unable to work. The attorneys at your local Brain Injury Law Firm understand the serious consequences of brain injuries, and we stand ready to help injured individuals and their families.
About half of all brain injuries in the United States are caused by car accidents. Brain injuries can also arise from the use of defective products, "slip and fall" accidents, boating accidents, medical malpractice, and a variety of other situations involving negligent or reckless behavior. If you or someone you know suffered a brain injury as a result of another party's unreasonable actions, compensation may be available. An experienced, tenacious, and attentive brain injury attorney can help you to obtain the maximum amount available to you under the law.
If you recently suffered a blow to the head, you should be aware that symptoms of a traumatic brain injury can be mild, moderate, or severe depending on the type of impact to the brain. Headache, confusion, dizziness, memory loss, vomiting or nausea, seizures, and slurred speech are just a few of the symptoms associated with a serious brain injury.
Our Clearwater brain injury attorneys fight diligently in representing clients seeking maximum compensation for losses caused by traumatic brain injury.
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