When you or a loved one suffers a brain injury, the results can be devastating. Brain injuries can affect the injured person’s ability to complete routine daily tasks, care for themselves, care for their families, and hold down a job. Brain injuries are medically complex with far-reaching consequences that can be unknown at the time of the diagnosis. Personality changes, depression, vision changes, and increased sensitivities to noise and light are all potential side effects of brain injuries. Life Care Planning is often necessary. Brain injuries are often present even when there is no diagnostic evidence of brain damage. An experienced lawyer knows the right questions to ask you and your family. With your doctors, we help you and your family understand the complexities of such an injury, see that you are adequately compensated for the injuries, and help you financially prepare for the future.
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