Recent research has shed new light on the potential dangers of concussions. Concussions are a mild form of traumatic brain injury, and can result in long term complications. When concussions occur because of someone else’s negligence, victims may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit against the party or parties who cause their injury. A Georgia personal injury lawsuit may provide victims with compensation for any medical expenses, pain and suffering, loss of income, or property damage. In order to determine whether you have a claim, you should consult with an experienced Coweta County personal injury attorney as soon as possible. The attorneys of the Law Offices of Shane Smith are dedicated to helping people who have sustained concussions recover for their injuries.
Concussions can occur for a variety of reasons, and even everyday activities have the potential to cause concussions. Any time a person suspects that they may have sustained even a mild concussion they should seek medical attention as soon as possible Concussions have the potential to cause long term complications that may significantly affect a person’s quality of life. Some of the common causes of concussions include the following:
- Car accidents
- Sports injuries
These are just a few of the ways in which a person may sustain a concussion, and whether you have a case depends largely on the circumstances of the incident that caused your injury.
Contact a Coweta County personal injury attorney for a free consultation
If you or a loved one has been sustained a concussion that you believe may be the result of negligence, you should contact an attorney as soon as possible. Your injuries may entitle you to significant compensation, and an attorney may be able to help you determine who the responsible parties are and hold them liable through a personal injury lawsuit. The attorneys of the Law Offices of Shane Smith are dedicated to helping victims of negligence recover for their losses, and understand how important it is for people to obtain justice through the legal system. In order to schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys, call our office today at (770) 487-8999.