Of the many types of injuries you can sustain following an accident, brain injuries are one of the most terrifying and life-altering. They are unpredictable and can drastically change a person’s personality, seriously affect mobility, and even kill. Brain injuries may take months or even years to develop, but still worsen while you remain in the dark.
While our brains are safely contained in our skulls, they can still be injured after a sudden blow to the head. Such trauma can result from the following incidents:
When you are suffering from brain injuries, your life may be severely affected. Mild cases can result in headaches, confusion, vision problems, insomnia, and other problems. More serious issues such as physical disabilities, seizures, impaired judgment, changes in personality, and emotional and behavioral issues can arise.
Brain injuries are serious, and treatment for them can be difficult for victims and their families. They can tremendously burden a person emotionally, physically, and financially, especially if insurance can only cover a portion of rehabilitation. Without the proper support, the victim’s life may never be the same.
Filing a personal injury claim against the party or parties responsible for the accident may help you or your loved ones feel hope. Depending on how severe the damages are, the resulting settlement can help alleviate some of the burdens that the injury has caused.
For professional legal counsel and representation in eastern Philadelphia and western New Jersey, talk to The Radmore Firm today. Our law offices in Philadelphia, PA and Cherry Hill, NJ are open to taking all cases that have caused brain injury to the victim. We will help you fight for the compensation that the law entitles you to.