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Aggressive Representation For Brain Injuries After An Accident

Brain injuries can be immediate and obvious after an accident, or they can be latent and not appear for years after the repetitive trauma has occurred, such as in the case of sports injuries. Recovering from traumatic brain injury (TBI) – tearing, swelling, bruising or bleeding of the brain within the skull – frequently happens in stages, if at all. Many times, the consequence of any type of brain injury is catastrophic life-altering changes.

Brain injuries can result from a vast range of accidents, including:

  • Car or truck crashes
  • Motorcycle wrecks
  • Slip- or trip-and-fall accidents
  • Near drownings
  • Birth injuries
  • Medical malpractice
  • Blunt force trauma from falling objects
  • Criminal assault
  • Repetitive or one-time sports injuries
  • Hunting accidents

There are several types of head trauma wounds that may result in traumatic brain injuries, such as:

  • Open head wounds
  • Skull fractures
  • Spinal cord trauma
  • Closed head wounds
  • Concussions
  • Prescription misdiagnosis

Closed head wounds can be difficult to prove and diagnose. Specialists physicians will use a range of evaluative procedures and equipment including a computerized tomography scan (CT scan) to determine the extent of damage.

You Have Two Years To File A Traumatic Brain Injury Claim

Your head injuries – or your loved one’s – following any type of accident will need medical attention right away, even if there is no immediate sign of blood or trauma. Symptoms of brain injuries may include:

  • Seizures or convulsions
  • Vomiting
  • Nausea
  • Clear fluids from the ears or nose
  • Unconsciousness
  • Headaches that do not go away or worsen
  • Uneven dilation of the eyes

It is important to keep all medical records and to speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer right away. The statute of limitations is just two years from the date of the accident to file a claim, with some exceptions, otherwise you lose your right to seek compensation for your medical expenses, rehabilitation costs, prescriptions, lost wages, future earnings, pain and suffering, and other damages.

Comprehensive Compensation For Your Present And Future Suffering

At Law Badgers PLLC, we delve into the cause of your accident, investigate the scene, speak to witnesses and a range of medical experts. We meet with financial professionals to get a read on future costs and wages. We look to the various facets of personal injury law to find all negligent parties responsible for your suffering. If you or a loved one is suffering a brain injury, contact our fearless team for a free consultation to discuss your legal options for filing a personal injury claim. Call our office in Phoenix at 480-856-8128 or send us an email to start.