A brain injury can be one of the most severe and traumatic injuries an individual can sustain in an accident. The long-term effects of such an injury can be substantial, and include loss of motor function, long or short term memory loss, seizures, muscle paralysis, coma, or even death. In the United States, 300,000 people suffer brain injuries traumatic enough to require hospitalization every year. Of those, 99,000 suffer a long-term disability. A brain injury can occur in a myriad of ways, from a slip and fall to an automobile accident to a sports-related accident. If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury in an accident and negligence is involved, it is important that you hire a Denver accident attorney so that you can be well-informed of what your rights may be under these circumstances.
The aftermath of a traumatic brain injury can be extremely
difficult for the victim and their family. The pain and suffering
attendant to such an injury can be great, and there can be a
tremendous financial impact as well. The injured person may not be
able to work for a time, resulting in lost income, and medical bills for treatment and care can continue to pile up. At Anderson Hemmat, we
understand this, and that is why we help our clients in pursuing the
maximum compensation possible for their injuries. If we represent you, we will be relentless in pursuing your case, and will fight to
increase the likelihood of reaching an outcome in your case that is
very favorable to you and your loved ones. Contact a Denver personal injury lawyer if you or a family member has suffered a traumatic brain injury and are seeking representation.
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More Traumatic Brain Injury Information:
- Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado - biacolorado.org
- National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) Traumatic Brain Injury Information
- Mayo Clinic Traumatic Brain Injury Information - TBI Symptoms
- Mayo Clinic Traumatic Brain Injury Information - TBI Causes