Monroe Brain Injury Lawyers
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Lawsuits
In a single moment, a brain injury can change a person’s life forever. The costs of medical treatments needed to mitigate the worst symptoms of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be enormous. The overall financial situation will only be worsened as weeks, months, or years of work are missed due to the disabling nature of the injury.
If you are struggling to keep your life together after someone else’s mistake caused you to suffer a brain injury, then Morris & Dewett Injury Lawyers in Monroe can help you take the next step towards compensation and justice. Our team has been highly rated by past clients for our compassionate approach to legal work, as well as our ability to secure amazing case results. You can depend on us if you need someone by your side and leading the way for your TBI case, even if it has to go to court. As a full-service law firm staffed with trial lawyers, we are prepared for anything – and so are you once we’re representing you.
We can handle TBI cases involving all types of accidents and incidents, such as:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Product defects
- Slip and fall accidents
- Work accidents
Call our top-rated Monroe TBI lawyers at 888-492-5532 today.
Consequences of a Brain Injury
A brain injury is among the worst types of injuries a person can suffer. Part of the reason is that it is incredibly difficult to predict just what a brain injury will do as time passes. What might first seem to be a subtle injury can begin to manifest intense and life-changing symptoms as the injury worsens. When creating your brain injury claim, it is important to keep in mind how your life could be affected by the injury years later, rather than only focusing on what has already changed.
A brain injury can cause many symptoms and disabilities, such as:
- Speech impediments
- Memory loss
- Learning disabilities
- Mental health difficulties
- Loss of bodily control
- Chronic pain and migraines
- Balance issues
Any one of these symptoms can be considered serious, and they all might be permanent from the moment of the accident. The nerves and cells in the brain are slow to heal or cannot heal completely, no matter how much time and treatment are given to the injured patient. As such, most brain injuries are considered permanent.
Is a Concussion a Brain Injury?
Concussions are often categorized as a “mild” traumatic brain injury, which can seem like a paradox. In many ways, it is because a single concussion can be enough to change a person’s life forever, depending on what part of the brain has been damaged.
Out of all the possible brain injuries, concussions are among the most common. They are caused when the brain hits the inner wall of the skull, which can happen in even mild impacts. For example, low-speed car accidents and high-impact sports like football are two common causes of concussions.
What Damages are Available in a TBI Claim?
The way your life changes after suffering a TBI can be dramatic. You might have to make huge adjustments in your day-to-day life due to new disabilities caused by the injury. While deciding a fair value for your claim, our lawyers will consider these factors, as well as the more tangible fiscal impacts.
Damages that can add to the value of your TBI claim include:
- Past and future medical costs
- Past and future lost income
- Pain, suffering, and mental anguish
- Permanent disabilities and hardships
Learn More About Your TBI Case Today
The first step in a brain injury case is often the most difficult to take because it might seem like there is a long road ahead of you. Our Monroe brain injury attorneys are here to make that path as smooth for you as possible by handling the toughest parts of your case. We can act on your behalf while building your claim, gathering evidence of liability, calculating damages, negotiating a settlement, and much more. Before we can help you, though, you need to reach out to us. Please do not hesitate to dial 888-492-5532 today.
Initial consultations with our firm are free and confidential.