Although there are no standardized Traumatic Brain Injury treatments yet, should my recovery include money for possible future treatments?

Researchers are constantly looking for treatments to minimize brain damage for those who have suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Currently, progesterone—in a phase three trial called Synapse—is being infused into the brain after an accident that causes a TBI. In addition to this study, there are many others taking place that could possibly produce effective results. For this reason, it is imperative that you have a skilled Georgia brain injury lawyer on your side who knows how to project for future medical needs, such as TBI treatments.

At Shane Smith Law, we know that Georgia TBI victims may need round the clock care, specialized therapies, rehabilitation, physical therapy, occupational therapy, aquatic therapy, speech therapy, and personalized attention. Often TBI victims will need to see a physician, neuropsychologist, and even dietitian on a regular basis. As you can see, the costs can add up quickly. In addition to these costs, those who live with traumatic brain injuries often have to live in rehabilitation centers that are expensive.

Because of the many costs associated with brain injury rehabilitation and treatments, it is critical that you hire an experienced brain injury attorney in Georgia to fight for your rights to maximum compensation. Attorney Shane Smith is familiar with the effects of brain injuries and the costs associated with these types of traumatic injuries. For help getting every penny you are entitled to after a Georgia brain injury, contact Shane Smith Law today at (980) 246-2656 for a free consultation.

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