In our previous blog post, we discussed the case of the former college football player who is suing the university because of the concussions he suffered during his college football career. That case brought up some very important points about brain injuries. If you recall, the former player listed some of the current problems he is suffering from that he is claiming came from the head injuries. Those problems show how long-lasting even a simple concussion can be.
We know that learning to live again after a traumatic brain injury is something that is challenging, frustrating and stressful. In some cases, patients have to learn how to do basic tasks all over again. Some patients might not ever fully recover from the TBI.
When the TBI is caused because of the carelessness, recklessness or negligence of another person, you might decide to seek compensation. It is true that compensation won't negate the effects of the TBI. It can, however, help you to get the medical care, personal care and assistive aids that you need to live as full of a life as possible.
We can help you to learn about the options you have for seeking compensation. We take a personal interest in your case by listening with compassion. As we stand by your side throughout the course of your case, we represent your interests with a firm determination. As you focus on going through occupational therapy, physical therapy and other rehabilitative care, we can wage the legal battle to seek the compensation that you deserve following the brain injury.