Life might not ever return to normal after a brain injury. These injuries can impact a victim’s ability to care for him or herself, but the impacts don’t stop there. They can also cause emotional and behavioral disturbances that can also affect the person. We recognize that your loved one might not be the person you love. This is a difficult reality when a brain injury occurs.
A brain injury that is serious enough to impact a person’s behavior is one that demands attention. Oftentimes, these serious injuries will require a multifaceted approach to care. The victim might need to have a primary care doctor to oversee the big picture, a neurologist to track the impact on the brain, therapists to help with life’s tasks and a host of other professionals and caregivers.
As you can imagine, the cost of care in these cases is high. Even a person who has good insurance could be looking at financial ruin. This is one reason why people who have brain injuries might choose to seek compensation. When you consider that the victim might have to quit work and may need full-time care, you can see the urgency in the situation.
We want you to know that it isn’t possible to seek compensation in all cases. If your loved one was the one who was liable for the accident that led to the injury, you might not be able to take action. You loved one would be able to file a lawsuit if there is someone else who is liable for the impacts of the crash.