Brain Injuries Are Different: The Healing, The Care, The Lasting Effects
Our brains are what make us who we are. Brain injuries can change not only our ability to do things physically but also our relationships. This is why it’s important to work with a legal professional after an accident, mistake or injury that causes a brain injury.
The team at Reddick Law, PLLC care about what happens to you. We want to ensure that you receive all of the care, equipment and compensation you, or your injured loved one needs to heal to the greatest degree possible. Not sure if you have a case or how we can help? Call us for a free case assessment at 877-930-2080.
We Can Help You Pursue Compensation For Many Types Of Brain Injuries
Car accidents, slip-and-fall accidents, assaults, product and medication errors can all lead to brain injuries. We can help you obtain the services and compensation you need after you or a family member suffers a serious brain injury. A person does not need to lose consciousness to have suffered a brain injury.
We handle cases involving:
- Concussion – anytime there is blunt trauma to the head
- Traumatic brain injuries – also called TBIs
- Contusion – sometimes referred to as a “brain bruise”
- Penetrating injury – for example, when glass or other material pierces the skull in a car or truck accident
- Anoxic brain injury – caused by lack of oxygen to the brain, for example, a case of carbon monoxide poisoning
Brain injuries can range from mild to moderate to severe. A mild injury may require some care and a few days of recovery. A moderate injury typically requires weeks to heal. A severe brain injury can be life-threatening, and it is often life-altering.
Nursing Home Residents And Brain Injuries
Our most vulnerable adults are those who are in nursing home or memory care facilities. Unfortunately, elderly people also suffer from brain injuries. Some of these are caused by tripping and falling when unsupervised or because an area was not safe. In some cases, abuse, neglect or over-medication will be the cause of a brain injury. If your elderly loved one suffered a brain injury while in a care facility, speak with a personal injury attorney about your rights.
Set Up A Free Consultation To Discuss Your Rights After A Brain Injury
If a brain injury was caused by negligence – something someone did or did not do – you will want to understand what happened and what you can do about it. Because brain injuries can be complex, it is in your best interest to fully understand the scope of the injury, the time and cost of the healing process, and what rights to compensation you have. Call our team at 877-930-2080 to set up a free case analysis session. You can also reach the firm via website contact email. We have offices in Arkansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Pennsylvania, and we serve injured clients across the nation. Can’t come to us? We may be able to come and meet with you.