Traumatic Brain Injuries
Lawyers Representing Victims Suffering from Brain Injuries in Buffalo
More than 1.4 million people suffer traumatic brain injuries in the United States every year. Over 200,000 will require hospitalization and medical treatment while 50,000 people will lose their lives as a result of their injuries. Individuals who survive traumatic brain injuries may experience permanent disability or lose control over certain functions completely. Not only do traumatic brain injuries take a toll on a person’s physical condition, but they can also cause emotional distress and can be a huge financial burden on both the victim and their family.
Traumatic brain injury usually results from sudden trauma or blunt force to the head. These injuries can occur during car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, construction accidents, and virtually any action in which a person suffers trauma to their head. Traumatic brain injuries can range from mild to severe and may include the following symptoms: headache, dizziness, loss of consciousness, memory loss, slurred speech, and loss of coordination. Surgery, medication, and rehabilitative therapy are often a routine part of care implemented in cases of traumatic brain injury, and these medical procedures can become time consuming and costly and can take a great toll on a victim both mentally and financially.
Dedicated Buffalo TBI Lawyers
If you or someone you love has been involved in an accident, you need to speak with a Buffalo Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney at Gross Shuman as soon as possible. With the help of an experienced and knowledgeable lawyer, you may be able to seek compensation for your injuries by filing a personal injury claim. If your loved one lost their life because of a traumatic brain injury, and you believe someone else was responsible for causing the injury, a lawyer from Gross Shuman can help you with a wrongful death suit. No matter what your specific circumstances may be, it is best to speak with a legal professional about your options.