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Indianapolis Brain Injury Attorney

"I was hit by another car; the accident was severe; I suffered a closed head injury, and had high inter-cranial pressure (ICP) for several days. Do I need a traumatic brain injury attorney?"

Probably, “yes.”

A brain injury damages the brain’s tissues and its functions, mainly by cause swelling. It is usually the result of an accident involving strong physical forces, such as a car accident, motorcycle accident, or a slip and fall. Traumatic brain injuries are usually classified as mild, moderate, or severe. The majority of brain injuries are mild; these are evidenced by the patient losing consciousness or being confused or disoriented, but the symptoms fade after half an hour or less.

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Patients who suffer moderate or severe traumatic brain injuries, however, may suffer longer periods of unconsciousness or memory loss, along with loss of cognitive or physical functions. The most severe injuries may leave a patient comatose. In some cases, to allow time for recovery, the patient is stabilized by induced coma.

These cases are legally complex in recovery.

Precisely, traumatic brain injury patients may suffer a wide range of symptoms, some of which may be permanent. If you suffer from a traumatic brain injury, you may find that your perception, memory, or judgment is impaired. You may have difficulty with physical functions such as walking, writing, or using the bathroom. You may suffer from chronic headaches or other pain, or experience involuntary muscle spasms and other body movements.

The damage may also be behavioral or emotional: some traumatic brain injuries leave patients with permanently altered personalities. If any of these are your symptoms, you may want to contact brain injury attorneys. These are complex legal cases and usually necessitate expert witnesses, such as neurologists to determine current function and impairment and how this will be in the future. This would need to be considered by an economist to reduce the impairment in loss of future work to current market value.

Approximately 44% of traumatic brain injuries each year are caused by car accidents and approximately 26% are the result of falls. Many of these car accidents and falls are the result of another person’s negligence. If you suffer from a head injury that was caused by an accident caused by another person’s negligence or carelessness, you may benefit from consulting an Indiana brain injury attorney.

A skilled brain injury lawyer will take over and pursue every possible avenue of recovery to ensure that you receive just compensation for loss of future income, which will be a sum of money to compensate you for the future impairment to your ability to work and earn income. Traumatic brain injury attorneys will also work to ensure that you recover damages from pain and suffering (“noneconomic” damages).

Obtaining this compensation, however, is not a simple matter. Insurance companies employ adjusters and lawyers to protect their interests and minimize payouts on claims. It is important to be represented by experienced counsel to level the playing field and similarly ensure that your rights are also protected so that you receive full compensation for your injuries and losses. Your choice of a brain injury lawyer plays a significant role in the rest of your life because of the compensation you received will be a one-time payout for all known and unknown injuries. Take the time to research and find counsel who you trust with this important matter.

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