CASES WE HANDLE
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) result from either a strong outside force, such as whiplash, or a blow to the head by a foreign object, the ground, or another surface. If you've suffered a head or brain injury due to someone else's negligence, Herbert Trial Law can help.
Most importantly, if you have a traumatic brain injury you may not know it. People who are experiencing cognitive limitations and memory loss are the least able to be aware of the difficulties and limitations that they are experiencing.
If you or a loved one have experienced any sort of head injury or concussion that person should be monitored closely to make sure that their cognitive abilities are not diminishing. If you have been given a referral for a brain injury to see a neurologist or a psychologist, you should take that diagnosis extremely seriously and seek treatment as soon as possible.
If your doctor has administered to you a test called the Glasgow coma scale or has diagnosed you with a concussion – extra care should be taken to make sure you are healing properly and not suffering further problems associated with a head injury.
Signs of traumatic brain injury include memory loss, headache, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, confusion, an inability to recall the events underlying the injury, and inappropriate emotional responses.
One of the very typical and overlooked signs of a TBI is a person simply misplacing their car keys and then flying into a disjointed and atypical mood.
If you or a loved one are struggling with mood swings or other symptoms, you should contact your physician or neurologist as soon as possible.
Traumatic brain injuries can cause bruising and tearing in the tissue of the brain that can lead to a host of consequences, including cognitive impairment, behavioral changes, chronic headaches, confusion, and more. We have handled dozens of TBI cases ranging from the minor and temporary memory loss to permanent loss of function requiring day to day help. A person suffering from a TBI needs to be evaluated as soon as possible by a neurologist and a neuropsychologist. The lawyers at Herbert Trial Law have experience handling these types of injuries and know how to coordinate with your medical treaters to make sure that your treatment and recovery are being handled as best they can be.
We have seen TBI cases resulting from workplace accidents, electrocution cases, minor car wrecks, serious car wrecks and a variety other types of cases. The most important part of a TBI case is the ability to spot the injury and develop the medical evidence to ensure that a jury can link the brain trauma to a specific traumatic event – like a car wreck or a slip and fall. These injuries can be hard to spot and even harder to explain to a jury. Our job at Herbert Trial Law is to show the jury that even though you cannot see a brain injury like you can see a broken bone on an x-ray – that a brain injury is very serious and is an injury that deserves to evaluated as a serious harm and damage to the victim.
If you suspect that you or a loved one is suffering from a brain injury, make sure that their medical condition is stable and being properly treated. Next, find a lawyer who is experienced in handling TBI cases as soon as possible. Herbert Trial Law offers a FREE consultation, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so don’t have to wait to know your rights.
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