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Brain Injuries

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Every day, thousands of Californians are suffering from the effects of traumatic brain injury. Even though traumatic brain injuries aren’t always detected right away, these types of injuries can cause unbelievable misery to victims and families.

Of course, insurance companies will try to claim that these symptoms aren’t the result of any one incident, and try to avoid paying you or your loved one the compensation you’re entitled to. That’s where we come in.

How common are traumatic brain injuries (TBI)?

The National Center for Injury Prevention and Control states that there are roughly 235,000 serious brain injuries in the US every year.

What causes traumatic brain injuries?

Some of the main causes of brain injuries across California are:

  • Slips and falls (28%)
  • Car, truck and motorcycle accidents (20%)
  • Being struck against or by an object (19%)
  • Assault (11%)

Athletes are also common sufferers of TBIs, especially those in rough sports like football, hockey, or combat sports.

What are the symptoms of traumatic brain injury?

The symptoms of your brain injury may be vastly different from someone else’s, but these types of injuries often carry added costs like inability to work, lifestyle changes, and stress on relationships with loved ones. Brain injury symptoms include:

  • Constant headaches
  • Memory loss
  • Difficulty with motor or verbal control
  • Confusion
  • Mood swings or behavioral problems
  • Aural and visual difficulties
  • Paralysis
  • Loss of sexual function
  • Blackouts
  • Learning difficulties

These symptoms may get better or worse as time passes, with some people needing long-term help to perform daily tasks.

In addition, these symptoms might not appear immediately. Some may take years to manifest, which is why seeking medical attention after a head injury is so important.

Does a person have to lose consciousness to suffer a TBI?

No, not always. Although losing consciousness is never a good sign, not blacking out after a head injury doesn’t always mean you’re fine.

How can I get the compensation I deserve after a traumatic brain injury?

One of the biggest problems with traumatic brain injuries is that the sufferer needs help pursuing those responsible for their injury. Attempting to go at it alone just isn’t worth the added pain and frustration.

When you hand your case off to a big law firm, the first thing that pops into their heads is “How can we settle this case with as little effort as possible?”

That’s bad news for you, because “as little effort as possible” usually leaves you with less than you really need to make your life whole again. But that’s where we come in.

The lawyers at Montgomery Steele are real fighters. We’re also real winners. Instead of focusing on how to settle your case as cheaply and easily as possible, we’re going to focus on getting you the biggest payout possible.

Think you have a case? Other law firms not interested? Give us a call or contact us with the form below ASAP, and let’s get you scheduled for a free consultation. We’ll sit down to talk about your injury, figure out how strong your case is, and then map out the first step to winning the payout you truly deserve.

Don’t waste another second—let’s get started now.

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