Traumatic Brain Injury
Accidents can have a wide range of consequences, some of them quite severe. Among the most serious and debilitating injuries the attorneys at The Cochran Firm see are traumatic brain injuries.
A traumatic brain injury, or TBI, can be broadly defined as any trauma or blow to the head that causes a disruption in the normal functioning of your brain. However, our TBI lawyers know that description doesn’t do justice to the pain and misery these injuries can inflict.
When your TBI was caused by someone else’s negligence and misconduct, you have a right to pursue justice and compensation for your injuries. A TBI doesn’t just cause significant pain and discomfort; treating it is an expensive proposition. We don’t think you should have to pay that price when you were an innocent victim.
If you’ve suffered a traumatic brain injury in an accident and need an experienced TBI lawyer, please call The Cochran Firm today at 1-800-843-3476 for a free consultation.
Causes of Traumatic Brain Injuries
Traumatic brain injuries can range in seriousness from mild to quite severe. In particularly serious cases, traumatic brain injuries can be lethal.
At The Cochran Firm, we know that all brain injuries are serious for the person suffering them. That’s why our TBI lawyers dedicate themselves so completely to the cause of fighting for the innocent victims of these devastating conditions.
Traumatic brain injuries can be caused by a wide range of accident types, including:
Traumatic Brain Injury Symptoms
Our TBI lawyers will thoroughly investigate your case to determine the precise cause of your traumatic brain injuries. Once we do, we can make a case for liability against the party or parties responsible.
Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injuries
It is absolutely crucial that you undergo a complete medical examination after your accident. Catching brain injuries early can pay significant dividends down the road.
Still, a medical exam can miss the early signs of a traumatic brain injury, even when the examination is professional and quite well-administered. So it’s crucial to keep an eye out for the following symptoms if you suffered head trauma during your accident:
- Persistent headaches
- Memory loss
- Difficulty sleeping
- Light sensitivity
- Loss of coordination
If you experience these symptoms, go to a doctor immediately and get yourself checked out. An MRI might be necessary to confirm a traumatic brain injury, and some medical professionals are reluctant to order such a procedure unless there’s reasonable cause to believe it’s necessary.
Finally, be sure you share all of this information with your TBI lawyer. We have resources and connections that can make your medical experience slightly more comforting. And in the courtroom and the negotiating room, no one will work harder on your behalf than The Cochran Firm.
If you’ve been hurt in an accident and think you might have a traumatic brain injury, you should speak to our TBI lawyers have getting medical assistance. Please contact The Cochran Firm today for a free consultation.