Head and brain injuries vary in severity.
Traumatic Brain Injuries can be devastating, impacting the victim and their families profoundly. Most traumatic brain injuries happen when the brain is bruised, bleeding, twisted or torn. Some injuries will be recognizable directly after the accident while others may take longer to appear.
Unlike severe brain injuries, mild traumatic brain injuries often go unrecognized. Symptoms might include a brief loss of consciousness, loss of memory of events immediately before or following the accident, an alteration of mental state at the time of the accident, or focal neurological deficits. Even a person with a mild traumatic brain injury can suffer severe and life altering symptoms.
Brain injury cases require extensive knowledge and experience in order to effectively present all aspects of your case. We retain leading medical experts including neurologists, neurosurgeons, neuropsychologists, occupational therapists, vocational consultants, economists and other specialists to assert the true nature of the injury and its limitations on the rest of your life.