The effects of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) are often devastating. There is a chance that you can suffer from permanent brain damage due to the injury. As you can imagine, this has a huge impact on your life, especially if it prevents you from being able to work and earn a living.
We know that you might be trying to cope with some major life changes due to brain injury. If it was caused by another party, you might decide to seek compensation. This won’t negate the impacts of the injury, but it might help you afford the care and assistance you need.
There are many challenges that you will experience when you have a TBI. One that you might not be ready to handle is the need to have many doctor’s appointments. These take up a lot of time and can be costly. Together, those two factors can make your life seem unpleasant.
We know that you might not be mentally or financially prepared to have many medical appointments. If you seek compensation for the injury, we need to determine what you’ve already spent for care, as well as what you will spend on care in the future so we can seek the entirety of this damage.
You might be able to seek other types of damages, too. For example, if you need personal care on a regular basis because you can’t handle basic life tasks, you might need to seek compensation for that expense. We can look into your entire situation to help you determine what you need to include in your claim.