Get the Compensation You Are Entitled to After a Brain Injury
Brain injuries come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and some don’t show up for months after an event. If you’ve had any type of brain trauma—even a slight concussion—as a result of someone else’s carelessness, you may be entitled to compensation.
The only method to ensure that you obtain that compensation is to file a personal injury claim. However, gathering evidence and building a case may be challenging, and navigating the judicial system can be tough. That is why so many victims call DLC Law at (626) 285-8815 to speak to an experienced attorney. We understand the law and will get you the justice you deserve.
Brain injury symptoms
Brain injuries can occur as a result of falls, sporting activities, and vehicle or work-related accidents. The brain can bruise, hemorrhage, rupture, or swell as a result of any damage to the head or neck area. You may not even know you have brain damage right away.
Some of the most frequent warning symptoms of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) are listed below:
- Loss of consciousness
- Difficulty focusing
- Sensitivity to light or sound
- Issues with sleep
These are only some of the symptoms. The bottom line is this: if you think you might have a brain injury, get immediate medical care.
Brain injuries can significantly impact a person’s quality of life
You may suffer lasting brain damage depending on the severity of your injury. Even small brain injuries can result in personality changes, memory loss, and emotional distress. All of these repercussions have the potential to change your relationships with people around you. You may also discover that you are no longer capable of engaging in some activities that you formerly enjoyed.
While monetary compensation cannot begin to compensate for these incalculable losses, you should be able to live comfortably as you heal and adjust to your new normal following your TBI. In your claim, DLC Law will detail all of your economic and non-economic damages.
Available damages after a brain injury
While you are entitled to compensation for the intangible changes you have undergone as a result of your brain injury, you are also entitled to reimbursement for any financial expenditures you have spent.
You and your lawyer can evaluate how your injury will affect you in the long run after speaking with your doctor. Treatment for any type of brain damage is costly, and you may need continuous care for a long time. It’s possible that you won’t be able to work or drive. DLC Law will make certain that all of these costs and hassles are included in your claim.
Call now for a consultation
There is no reason to wait. If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury due to someone else’s negligence, contact DLC Law at (626) 285-8815 for a consultation. We are fierce advocates for our clients.