Obtaining compensation for traumatic brain injuries

On Behalf of | Apr 30, 2019 | Injuries |

If you have recently suffered from an accident in Georgia that caused a traumatic brain injury, or TBI, your path forward may seem very difficult. These types of injuries can make everyday life more difficult both physically and mentally. Recovery can be time consuming and expensive, and every person’s situation is different. Fortunately, you may be able to hold the party responsible for your accident accountable with help from an attorney.

There are several different types of TBIs that a person can experience. A severe trauma can leave you, or someone you love, in a vegetative state or coma. Less severe accidents can result in loss of bodily function, seizures, dizziness and a wide range of cognitive impairments that can make it difficult to do everyday tasks. Trauma to the head can occur from what looks like a simple fall on some ice or a major automobile accident.

Friends, family members and co-workers may perceive that you have recovered from a TBI when you still experience symptoms. This can make it difficult to get the help you need. You deserve help from someone who understands what you’re going through and can provide help. While you focus on your recovery, they may be able to find financial solutions to your problem.

If you or someone you care about experiences a traumatic brain injury, you may want to seek representation from a legal professional. A lawyer or law firm that focuses on personal injuries resulting from motor vehicle accidents or other serious incidents may be able to evaluate your situation and recommend a legal strategy. Our professionals here at Glenda Mitchell Law Firm work to hold insurance companies, corporations and other third parties accountable.


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