Traumatic Brain Injuries
March 23, 2020
What Is a Traumatic Brain Injury?
A traumatic brain injury is a condition that is caused by a jolt, blow or bump to the head. It can be caused by a slip and fall accident, car accident, sports injuries and violence. Many victims that suffered a traumatic brain injury hire a Montana personal injury attorney at Bulman, Jones & Cook to start the recovery process.
Complications of A Traumatic Brain Injury
There are always complications that come along with a traumatic brain injury in forms of physical, mental and financial. That’s when it is beneficial to hire a Montana accident attorney. Some complications can be long-term and need financial compensation in order to get the right services to recover from your injuries.
A traumatic brain injury can affect someone physically. It can cause appetite changes, swallowing problems, chronic pain, epilepsy, reduced endurance and speech problems. It can also cause mental problems such as depression, anxiety, irritability and aggression. Furthermore, a traumatic brain injury can cause cognitive issues such as memory problems, confusion and concentration problems.
Many people who have a traumatic brain injury are unable to work or return to their normal activities. A traumatic brain injury can also have a devastating effect on one’s family. The family members of a person who has suffered a traumatic injury are often the primary caretakers. Caring for a person who has a traumatic brain injury can be stressful, time consuming and financially straining. We can help acquire compensation to make the recovery easier.
In some cases, a traumatic brain injury can result in death. The loss of a loved one can take an emotional toll on a family.
Why You Should Call Bulman, Jones & Cook
If you or your loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury, then you need a Missoula brain injury attorney. An attorney can make sure that the party who was responsible for the traumatic brain injury is held responsible. Your attorney can also help you get compensated for medical bills, loss income, rehabilitation expenses and diminished earning capacity.