Traumatic brain injuries and concussions can result from a violent blow or jolt to the head or body, such as in a motor vehicle crash. Weinstein Law partners with nationally renowned physicians specializing in brain injury and concussion care and rehabilitation, to protect the health and rights of the injured.
Brain injuries are life-changing events that lead to chronic disease and decline.
Complications from a brain injury or concussion can include: coma, vegetative state, minimally conscious state, locked-in syndrome, brain death, seizures, fluid buildup, infections, blood vessel damage leading to a stroke, nerve damage, intellectual problems including changes in memory, reasoning, judgement, attention span, problem solving, multitasking, organization, or decision making.
Traumatic Brain Injuries can also cause difficulty understanding speech or writing, difficulty speaking, inability to organize thoughts, trouble following conversations, loss of self control, inaccurate self-image, verbal or physical outbursts, depression, anxiety, mood swings, irritability, lack of empathy, anger, insomnia.
When our loved ones suffer a Traumatic Brain Injury or concussion as a result of someone else’s carelessness, they deserve the best medical care and treatment available. This includes help with activities of daily living from bathing to transportation. A loving family can only do so much to help – they need assistance from professional care givers in order to provide the best care to their injured loved one.
If you or a loved one has any of these symptoms following a motor vehicle crash, please contact a specialist. And if you need representation, contact Weinstein Law at 903-677-5333 for a free consultation.
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