Traumatic Brain Injuries
A Traumatic Brain Injury Affects Every Family Member
Doctors often say that people who suffer a head injury in an accident aren't typically the first ones to notice long-term brain injury. Often, it is family members and co-workers who first notice the short-term memory loss, personality changes and problems handling simple daily tasks.
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A traumatic brain injury is permanent. If you or a family member is exhibiting signs of cognitive disability, seek medical attention immediately. Talk to one of the personal injury trial lawyers at Shamberg, Johnson & Bergman to get legal help recovering money damages you will need for a lifetime of medical treatment and rehabilitation.
We understand the medical and emotional issues of a brain injury. Our firm has extensive experience helping families find the social and professional resources needed to deal with short and long-term financial and medical needs. We will do everything we can to get you the resources you need while your case is progressing in the courts.
Our attorneys have been helping personal injury victims recover money from insurance companies for sixty years. We understand the complex medical issues involved in proving a brain injury case and we have the professional and technical resources to stand and fight successfully against the largest insurance companies.
Three Areas to Watch for Signs of Possible Traumatic Brain Injury
- Short and long-term memory loss
- Inability to complete simple tasks
- Inability to recognize familiar surroundings and people
- Wild mood swings
- Permanent change in personality
- Unusually quick to anger
- Slurred speech
- Loss of taste
- Blurred vision
- Loss of feeling in fingers and hands
- Reduced or loss of mobility
If you or a family member are exhibiting signs of a brain injury following an accident or medical malpractice, get the legal help you need. Contact us to arrange a free consultation. We represent clients throughout Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Oklahoma and Nebraska.