Brain Injuries

Our team of brain injury lawyers from Waterman Law Centers, PLLC have extensive experience representing victims of serious accidents. Car accidents in particular are one of the leading causes of mild to severe brain injuries. Anyone who suspects that they have a brain injury is strongly advised to visit an emergency room or call 911 for help immediately. Once your health is stable, then call our law firm so we can protect your best interests and get you the compensation you deserve.

Accidents happen all the time, as most of us can attest to. However, when another individual or entity contributed to an accident occurring, they may be held liable for the victim’s medical bills, loss of wages, pain and suffering, and so much more. If you or a loved one is suffering from a brain injury after a recent accident, and you want to hold the other driver responsible, call us now for a consultation.

What are Brain Injuries?

As one of our brain injury lawyers can explain, brain injuries are among some of the most common injuries for vehicular collisions, and can cause long-term or permanent changes to one’s health. This is especially true for injuries that are on a severe to critical range, where victims had to receive emergency care and lifelong support financially thereafter. Symptoms that a brain injury is present include:

  • Losing period of consciousness
  • Nausea and/or vomiting
  • Blurry vision
  • Memory problems
  • Changes in behavior/mood
  • Irritability
  • Persistent headache
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Sleeping more than normal
  • Confusion
  • Cognitive problems
  • Depression
  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Seizures

A concussion, which is a mild brain injury, may only result in a few negative symptoms that will clear up with some rest. By comparison, a penetrating head injury from debris or a weapon in the crash often requires urgent emergency care, otherwise the situation can turn fatal quickly. Depending on the brain injury, a person also may be vulnerable to an infection that can hinder neurological functions. Not all injuries to the brain are due to a direct outside force, and instead may occur from inhaling or being exposed to a toxic factor in the environment.

Call Waterman Law Centers, PLLC

It’s important as the victim of an accident to understand your rights and protections, in addition to your options in pursuing compensation for injuries, damages, and losses from the party at-fault. To learn more about how our brain injury lawyers for brain damaged victims can help with your case, call Waterman Law Centers, PLLC today.