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High-Stakes Litigation For Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Cases

Suffering a head injury can be a frightening and painful experience. Even if there was no loss of consciousness or just a brief loss of consciousness, traumatic brain injuries can result in life-changing emotional and physical circumstances. Whether you or your loved one is suffering from an immediate brain injury or discovers latent injuries following an accident, speaking with an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible after seeking immediate medical treatment can be vital to the quality of life you are able to lead after the accident.

Head injury litigation is complex. Successful claims for complex catastrophic injuries such as TBI cases require a thorough investigation, extensive discovery, expert testimony and intense litigation strategies. The legal team at Law Offices of Gedney M. Howe, III, P.A., intentionally limits their caseload so they can devote the resources and attention necessary to develop strong cases for traumatic brain injury cases.

There Are Many Causes And Effects Of Brain Injuries

There are many types of blunt force to the head or skull penetration that can cause brain injuries such as:

  • Physician errors during childbirth
  • Sports injuries
  • Cycling or pedestrian accidents
  • Boating accidents
  • Fights
  • Violent assaults
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Falls from heights
  • Blunt force by an object
  • Gunshot wounds

Acquired brain injuries can result from toxic exposure at work, such as from carbon monoxide poisoning, near-drownings and other incidents where the brain is poisoned or deprived of adequate oxygen.

The cognitive and physical effects of brain injuries can be temporary, but many are permanent or even fatal. The vast range of effects may include:

  • Loss of memory
  • Speech impairment
  • Difficulty understanding or processing information
  • Sudden emotional outbreaks
  • Personality changes
  • Abnormal social behavior
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Loss of mobility or use of limbs
  • Tremors or muscle spasms
  • Loss of sensation
  • Partial or full paralysis
  • Epileptic seizures

The emotional and physical results of traumatic brain injuries are not always immediate. But if you or your family is suffering or if you have lost a loved one, the attorneys at the Law Offices of Gedney M. Howe, III, P.A., may be able to reduce the burden of your expensive medical bills, rehabilitation costs, lost and future wages, and pain and suffering.

Talk To A Strong Litigator Soon

Call the Law Offices of Gedney M. Howe, III, P.A., in Charleston at 843-722-8048 for a free consultation. If you prefer, you may send an email using the firm’s secure website. The firm’s attorneys have a long legacy of helping their clients get the compensation they deserve after a catastrophic injury.