Over the decades, the lawyers at Weaver, Bennett & Bland have represented numerous clients who have suffered from traumatic brain injuries. These injuries have ranged from minor ones with a relatively short duration to terrible life-changing injuries that have required a lifetime of intensive medical care and treatment. Injuries can result from motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall injuries, sports injuries and from countless other causes. We are prepared to assist each of our clients in obtaining not only the best and most qualified medical providers who can assist them in obtaining the best medical results, but to also ensure that our clients are properly documenting the impact of the injury on their lives, thus being able to obtain the best financial recovery.
If you have any questions, or suspect you may have sustained a Traumatic Brain Injury of any kind, call (704) 844-1400. We can help, and an initial 1 hour personal injury consultation with one of our experienced personal injury attorneys is free.
What are the causes of Traumatic Brain Injury?
This type of injury can result from any blow or impact to the head that affects or interferes with normal brain function. Common examples of causes of brain injury are:
- Slip-and-fall accidents — Accidents involving falls account for a very large percentage of Traumatic Brain Injury cases in the United States. The victim of a fall may be entitled to file a premise liability claim. At Weaver, Bennett & Bland, we’ve handled many different types of cases where injuries have arisen from falls. Slipping on ice, slipping on a wet spot in a restaurant, nursing home negligence, falling from a ladder, failure to provide safety railings, etc. We’ve seen all types and varieties of cases, and we can help you get the compensation and the care you need and deserve.
- Vehicle Accidents — Motor vehicle accidents (Cars, Trucks, Boats and Motorcycles) cause approximately 20 percent of brain injuries in the United States each year. Each type of accident has its own special problems and challenges that our clients need help with.
- Assaults – Approximately 10 percent of all head injuries are the result of an attack or a violent assault. We can help you get the care you need and the compensation you deserve. You don’t have to endure the suffering.
How do you know if you have sustained a traumatic brain injury?
Some of the most common signs or symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury are:
- Any loss of consciousness, no matter how short a period of time
- Blurred vision or seeing dots
- Ringing in your ears
- Mood changes
- Loss of memory or concentration
The above-listed symptoms are just some of the effects of a Traumatic Brain Injury. You may not have any of these symptoms and yet still have an injury that needs immediate treatment and attention. Don’t take any chances if you suspect you may have sustained a brain injury from any type of trauma. The sooner you get treatment and help, the better off your ultimate recovery will be, both physically and financially.