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The keys to successful prosecution of claims for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) are prompt investigation of the liability facts, extensive evaluation of the extent of injury by a qualified neuropsychologist, evaluation of economic impact by a qualified economist and in many cases evaluation of day to day needs of the victim by a certified life care planner.
As Attorneys who have evaluated, prepared, and tried many claims for brain injury of all severities, we know the best of these professionals; people who are not only professionally competent but experienced at withstanding the intense cross examination by our adversaries of their professional opinions.
TBI is a frequent consequence of the sudden deceleration of the head or a forceful blow to the head. The injury ranges in severity from a mild concussion to coma or death.
About ½ of traumatic brain injuries are caused by auto collisions or falls. They also happen too often to motorcyclists who insist on riding without proper head protection. Brain injuries occur from assaults, firearms or even medical malpractice and in call cases can have devastating results.
Even relatively mild injury (those which cannot be seen on MRI or CT scan) can leave the victim with substantial cognitive impairment and even mild Traumatic Brain Injuries are capable of producing symptoms, which include:
These symptoms can go on for months or years and are frequently overlooked by doctors. More severe injuries are often marked by:
If you suspect that a loved on may be suffering from a Traumatic Brain Injury, seek qualified medical help immediately. The attorneys at Plymale and Dingus are also prepared to fight for your legal rights. Contact Plymale and Dingus, experienced traumatic brain injury attorneys, today for a free legal consultation.