Traumatic Brain Injuries
Brain injuries can be minor, or very serious in the case of severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) that can change your ability to perform at work or sustain the lifestyle you once enjoyed. The signs of TBI can be discreet and easily brushed off as “no big deal.” But headaches, dizziness, nausea, trouble concentrating, fatigue, and personality changes are all signs of a brain injury. Don’t ignore the symptoms – seek medical attention and reach out to a personal injury lawyer who can help you receive fair compensation for a TBI caused by another person’s negligence.
Common Causes Of Traumatic Brain Injury
Serious motor vehicle accidents are a leading cause of a TBI, as are injuries sustained while playing sports or suffered in the workplace. Equipment failures, product defects and assaults can also cause a TBI, and you might never recover from the injury.
Here are some common causes of traumatic brain injuries that our firm has experience with and have helped clients obtain the full compensation they deserve.
- Motor vehicle crashes, including truck, motorcycle and bus crashes
- Vehicle defects and safety feature failures
- Sports injuries
- Equipment failures and malfunctions
- Construction and work-related accidents
- Birth injuries
- Product liability claims
- Surgical and anesthesia mistakes
- Assaults and bar fights
How will a TBI affect your performance at work and ability to earn a living? How will you pay for medical bills and the cost of ongoing treatment if therapy is required? How will you support your family and other loved ones if your physical and/or mental health is compromised because of a TBI caused by another person or corporation?
Personal Injury Law Exclusively
With more than 40 years of combined experience handling complex personal injury cases, including TBIs, we bring skill and experience to every case. Our attorneys will treat you like family, not a number. See what our past clients have said about their experiences with us and call 216-696-9216 to schedule a free consultation.