Thousands of people suffer traumatic brain injuries very year in the United States. Brain injuries can have a huge effect on a victim’s life and may cause many challenges with physical, emotional, mental, and cognitive functioning. Some victims may recover after a period of rehabilitation, however some are left permanently disabled. Some common long-term brain injury victims include sports players, such as football or hockey, and veterans, from being close to loud blasts. Such people may experience early onset dementia, Alzheimers, and other mental conditions. Some require care for the rest of their lives. Brain injury victims should be able to recover from the responsible party for their injuries, and you should call an experienced Coweta County brain injury attorney for help today.
Traumatic brain injuries can result from even a slight bump on the head, or even when there is no direct blow but the brain suddenly shakes inside the skull. However, people with brain injuries may suffer the following symptoms:
- Challenges expressing themselves
- Difficulty showing appropriate emotion in conversations
- Trouble completing basic tasks or following simple directions
- Dizziness and headaches
- Fatigue and sleeping disorders
- Difficulties with balance, strength, and coordination
- Trouble concentrating and focusing, even in one-on-one conversation
- Struggling to comprehend text or speech
As you can imagine, all of these symptoms may make it difficult to continue with work, school, or even everyday activities. However, many victims do not realize they have suffered a brain injury, so do not seek medical attention for some time.
Contact a PI attorney in Coweta County for a free consultation today
Life after a traumatic brain injury can be extremely challenging. If your injury was someone else’s fault, you deserve to be compensated for all of your related losses. An experienced brain injury lawyer at the Law Offices of Shane Smith can help you, as we are dedicated to assisting brain injury victims recover for their losses and hardships. Call us at today at (770) 487-8999 for a free consultation.