Traumatic brain injuries

You don’t have to be knocked unconscious or visibly injured to suffer a brain injury. If you, a family member or a loved one were recently involved in an accident and experienced any level of head trauma, you may have sustained brain damage.

The most common causes of traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) include:

  • Falling
  • Being struck by or against an object
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Assaults


This list is not all-inclusive. If you have suffered a TBI as a result of an accident, our traumatic brain injury attorneys can help. Contact our law firm for assistance filing your traumatic brain injury claim.

Brain Injury Effects

While some head injury symptoms show up right away, others take weeks to surface. Some of the simplest tasks we take for granted each day can become very difficult or even impossible because of these symptoms.

The most common issues brain injury victims face include difficulties with:

  • Memory loss/recall difficulties
  • Sensory changes: vision, hearing, taste, touch
  • Reasoning
  • Thinking
  • Emotional instability
  • Mood swings
  • Anxiety
  • Personality changes
  • Depression
  • Motor skills

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From subdural hematomas to skull fractures, our personal injury attorneys have decades of experience fighting for our clients who have suffered brain injuries. We understand the severity of these traumas and the consequences that may follow, including permanent disability or sometimes wrongful death.

If you or someone you know suffered a mild TBI or severe TBI as a result of an accident, our legal team can help. Fill out our contact form to schedule your free consultation.