A traumatic brain injury, often referred to as TBI, is a complex injury with a wide spectrum of symptoms and disabilities. It often occurs when the brain is driven into the side of the skull due to an abrupt impact or through the force of shaking (such as whiplash). Since our brain defines who we are, there can be severe consequences from a brain injury as it can affect all aspects of our lives, including our personalities.
Brain injuries do not heal like most other injuries. In the case of a broken limb, the injury limits the use of a particular part of your body, while your personality and mental abilities remain unaffected. The majority of time, injuries like these result in the body structure healing and regaining its previous function. Brain injuries are different, where no two brain injuries are alike and may have drastically different consequences. Because of this, brain injuries are often referred to as “invisible injuries”, since a person who suffers from a traumatic brain injury may seem normal to onlookers, when, in actuality, the injury has catastrophic impact on the individual’s quality of life.
A traumatic brain injury can affect every aspect of your life, including your ability to work and care for your family as well as yourself. Knowing how to get compensated or what can be compensated is often quite complex. At Wolfe Lawyers, we have a great deal of experience with brain injury claims. We have the ability to put together a claim that accurately quantifies the full short and long-term effects that your injury has on your physical wellbeing, work and personal life. Our lawyers can also refer you to trusted health care professionals who can help you adapt and overcome the difficulties you may be having as a result of your brain injury.
Allow us to help you if you have suffered a traumatic brain injury. Contact us at 310-WOLF (9653) or fill out our online form.
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