Every year, more than 1.7 million Americans suffer traumatic brain injuries (TBI). Of those, 700,000 experience long-term disability as a result. Children under 4 are also very likely to suffer from TBI. TBI may be caused by car accidents, motorcycle accidents, trucking accidents, or when a pedestrian is hit by a car. No matter what the cause, TBI is serious and can lead to severe and debilitating conditions.
A brain injury caused by someone else’s actions can be particularly traumatizing, and your life may never be the same. If you or someone you love has suffered a traumatic brain injury, an experienced brain injury lawyer can help you put your life back together.
A brain injury is not always easy to identify. There are four common causes of TBI, and it is important that you understand the difference between each one. Understanding the cause of a TBI helps your lawyer identify the negligent party and identify the type of TBI you have experienced.
TBI is a serious, complex injury that can be difficult to identify. TBI is obvious if you experienced a fractured skull, a brain bleed, or a coma due to head trauma. But mild cases of TBI can also result in debilitating and long-lasting side effects.
Other names for Mild TBI include:
Minor TBI is often the result of forceful motion of the head, an impact that causes a brief change in mental status (such as confusion, disorientation, or loss of memory), or loss of consciousness for more than 30 minutes. Symptoms are often referred to as post-concussive syndrome.
Common symptoms of TBI include:
Any of these side effects can be caused by a TBI. In severe cases, TBI can result in a coma. Even in less severe cases, the symptoms may never completely go away.
TBI is unique because symptoms may not appear for weeks or even months after the traumatic event. Symptoms of TBI are often subtle and may not be noticed by the injured person. Family and friends may be the first to notice changes in mood and other symptoms. Recognizing you or a loved one may have suffered a TBI is the first step to the best outcome and recovery. That’s where Rosen Law Group comes in. We are experienced in TBI cases and understand the importance of obtaining proper medical care for diagnosis and treatment.
If you have suffered a TBI it is important that you work with a caring and compassionate lawyer who understands the full extent of your injuries.
At Rosen Law Group, we know that traumatic brain injuries are scary. That’s why we work diligently to help our clients get their lives back to normal and fight to protect your financial future. While your life may never return to exactly the way it was before your injury, we will do everything we can to ease your burden and help you adjust to your new normal.
When you hire Rosen Law Group, you’ll have direct access to your lawyer. Unlike big firms, we don’t shuffle our clients around between legal assistants and paralegals who are struggling under a heavy caseload. We pride ourselves on giving you the personal attention you deserve, and on treating you the way we would want our own family to be treated.
Our clients’ health and happiness is our main priority. Let us shoulder the burden of dealing with your financial recovery while you focus on healing.
We handle TBI cases on a contingency fee, which means we don’t get paid unless you do.
If you suffered TBI because someone else was negligent, you can file a lawsuit to recover money. You may be eligible to receive compensation for economic and non-economic damages. This includes compensation for:
If a brain injury causes death, the family of the person who died may be able to file a claim for wrongful death.
Rosen Law Group works with expert witnesses to prove the cause of a traumatic brain injury and the damages that result. Our experts review medical records and conduct tailored testing to determine the existence of a brain injury. We work with accident reconstructionist experts who can create simulations of how the brain injury occurred. These tools help jurors understand the cause of the brain injury and how the defendant was responsible.
Our lawyers help people who have suffered a TBI due to:
If you suffered a traumatic brain injury, you may be entitled to compensation for:
From our offices in Bellaire, Rosen Law Group helps people throughout the State of Texas. Our clients are our only priority. We fight for the compensation you deserve.
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