Document A Compelling Personal Injury Claim After A Brain Injury
The reality of living with a traumatic brain injury (TBI) is that the impact can be so drastic as to radically change that person’s life. The person may appear outwardly to still function normally, but family members and loved ones may notice changes that can, in the most extreme situations, make their loved one seem like a stranger.
TBIs can cause symptoms such as:
- Memory loss
- Loss of cognitive ability
- Personality change
- Sensory impairment
Diagnosing and understanding these injuries can be very difficult due to the fact that symptoms may only become apparent over time. Various experts may need to be consulted to develop a comprehensive view of the extent of the injury that was suffered. Once a diagnosis is completed a plan must be developed for treatment and ongoing therapy and personal care as needed.
Make Sure Your Loved One Recovers Well-Deserved Compensation
Treating a TBI can be an ongoing process. Understanding the extent of medical care that will be necessary and the extent to which your loved one was injured are key elements in building a case for compensation. You need to know that your loved one is going to have the medical care and financial support he or she needs while making his or her recovery after a motor vehicle accident or any type of accident.
A Law Firm You Can Trust At A Challenging Time
At Zelbst, Holmes & Butler, we are committed to helping people help their loved ones who have suffered a traumatic brain injury. We know how difficult that road can be and we have been able to help many people on that journey in the past. Since 1980, we have been helping the injured and their loved ones aggressively pursue the compensation they deserve. Our skill in recovering the compensation people deserve has helped us earn a nationwide reputation for excellence of which we are very proud. We have won the largest personal injury jury verdict in Oklahoma history, $24 million, and the largest federal court judge verdict in Oklahoma, $7 million. Our ability to secure substantial compensation can help provide resources your loved one will benefit from as he or she recovers.
Consult With An Attorney Who Understands Brain Injuries
If a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury in Oklahoma, we can help. Discuss your case with one of our experienced Lawton-based attorneys. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 580-713-4124 or contact us online.
We only collect attorney fees if we secure compensation for you.