Understanding Repercussions From Mild, Moderate & Severe Traumatic Brain Injuries
A traumatic brain injury can occur many different ways. A person can suffer a brain injury, like a concussion, from a blow to the head after, for instance, a slip-and-fall or auto accident collision. Brain injuries can result from a penetration to the skull or show no outward signs of trauma to the head at all.
Some TBIs, as they are known, are relatively minor and cause short-term loss of consciousness, confusion and other symptoms. Moderate traumatic brain injuries can result in more long-term physical, cognitive and personality changes. A severe brain injury, however, commonly involves a serious fracture to the skull and commonly results in long-term or permanent physical, emotional and cognitive damage to various bodily functions.
Regardless of the severity, brain injuries are life-changing.
What To Do When Someone’s Negligence Caused Your Brain Injury
Sadly, many traumatic brain injuries occur due to negligent parties. Drunk drivers, hazardous workplace accidents and even accidents during tours of active military duty can cause brain injury.
Individuals and their families are encouraged to reach out to a lawyer to discuss potential legal recourse options and compensation.
Choosing Cole Law Firm
At Cole Law Firm, we have extensive experience representing families throughout Houston, Texas, who have suffered brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and more.
We will handle all aspects of your claim, investigate the accident, gather necessary evidence to prove your case, work with insurance adjustors and participate in mediation and negotiations. We will even take your case to trial if necessary — all in an effort to get you and your family the compensation you need.
Contact Us Today
The moment you walk into our office you are our top priority. We always offer free consultations and never charge a fee unless we recover for you.
Call our office today at 832-539-4900 or send the firm a confidential email.
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