You do not spend your time thinking about what will happen in the event of an injury, especially not a brain injury. Unfortunately, that means that many people are unprepared if it does happen. Some injuries are worse than others, and traumatic brain injuries can be particularly devastating.
While we hope nobody has to experience them, we know that you will need help in the even a brain injury happens to you or a loved one, especially if the injury was caused by someone else’s negligence.
If you need a Bristol Brain Injury Attorney, you can turn to The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. for help. Their knowledgeable and experienced team will work with you to secure the compensation you need for all of your accident-related expenses.
What is a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)?
Traumatic brain injuries can be confusing to understand because they cover a wide range of things that can happen to your brain. There are more than 5.3 Million People with Disabilities Caused by TBIs in the United States right now. Here are some common ways they can occur:
- Falls at home, while you are out, or at the workplace
- Violent acts (domestic violence, assault, robbery, etc.)
- Vehicle accidents
- Objects falling
- Sports accidents
Major Traumatic Brain Injuries can affect a person’s cognitive ability and can significantly impact their lifestyle and ability to work.
Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries, also known as concussions, are very common and occur at a high rate in children and teens. They should be taken seriously because a failure to properly treat them could lead to major injuries.
There are an estimated 1.6 to 3.8 Million Sports-Related Concussions in the United States each year. Most of these occur in children and teens involved in sports.
Schools and coaches have strict concussion protocols to follow in the event that a kid suffers a blow to the head because the effects on the brain from successive concussions are cumulative. If a player sustains another hit before they have had a chance to heal, brain damage could occur.
Treatment for all traumatic brain injuries can become expensive. This is especially true if long-term rehabilitation or in-home care is needed. Many times, a person who suffers from a TBI is unable to return to work. Their lost income can impact their entire family financially.
Will your insurance cover all of these expenses?
Moving Forward After A TBI
If you or a loved one have suffered from a traumatic brain injury due to the negligence of another person, please seek legal assistance immediately. At The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C., our experienced legal team will investigate your case and get to work.
We want to secure compensation for all of your accident-related expenses. This can include:
- Coverage for your medical bills
- Lost income if you are unable to work
- Pain and suffering damages
- Punitive damages