Traumatic Brain Injuries: An Overview
Even a mild brain injury may leave an accident victim with residual effects for years. Difficulty concentrating, irritability, personality change, mood swings and recurring headaches are typical complaints of mild brain injury victims.
More severe traumatic brain injury cases can render an accident victim unable to work or care for himself or herself.
The most catastrophic cases can leave an injured person in a permanent vegetative state. A brain injury victim is very likely to need financial resources to cover medical expenses, therapy, rehabilitation, lost wage replacement, and acknowledgement of pain and suffering.
Typical causes of brain injuries include:
Brain injuries run the gamut from mild to severe or catastrophic. Common head and brain injury types include:
- Closed head injuries
- Open head injuries
- Skull fracture
- Comatose condition
- Vegetative state
Let Us Help You Get to a Better Place
If you or a family member have suffered from a traumatic brain injury, you will need to speak with an attorney who has handled these types of cases. Let us explain how we can pursue maximum available compensation on your behalf. The spouse of a brain injury victim may also have cause to bring a lawsuit against a negligent party.
All personal injury cases are handled by our attorneys on a contingency fee basis, so you pay no fees unless we recover compensation for you. To schedule a free consultation with one of our Long Island brain injury attorneys at RGLZ, contact us. We’ll help you get to a better place.