Missouri Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys
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Brain injuries are among the most serious and life-changing injuries resulting from accidents. An injury to the brain can have severe consequences that may persist for days, weeks, months, years, or even for the rest of one’s life. These consequences may require medical care, physical, speech, or occupational therapy, personal assistance, handicapped-accessible vehicles, or home alterations.
Aside from the personal loss resulting from temporary or permanent disability, the monetary costs for covering all of these services can be staggering. If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury due to the negligence or recklessness of another party, you should seek the help of a trusted brain injury attorney.
At Price & Randle, our brain injury lawyers can help you seek the damages you rightfully deserve from all those who caused your accident. Our award-winning legal team concentrates solely on personal injury law, which means we know this field inside and out. Our knowledge base, tough negotiation skills, and dedication to service are the reasons why we have recovered millions for our injured clients.
Facts about Brain Injuries
Brain injuries can range from mild moments of unconsciousness to comas. These injuries can affect a vast scope of abilities.
The effects of a brain injury can include the following, and more:
- Fractured skull
- Cranial nerve damage
- Swelling or bleeding of the brain
- Loss of cognitive abilities, resulting in mental confusion, inability to process language, reduced ability to speak, read, write, concentrate, recognize, or make new memories, slurred speech, and more
- Physical symptoms such as severe and/or persistent headache, blurred vision, seizures, inflammation, reduced hearing or vision, reduced sense of smell, taste, or touch, paralysis, chronic pain, fainting, and fatigue
- Emotional problems, such as aggression, irritability, depression, anxiety, and apathy
These injuries are often caused by falls, car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, workplace accidents, assaults, and other types of incidents where a blow to the head occurs. After emergency medical treatment, a brain-injured person will require ongoing therapy to recover as much as possible. The type and length of treatment will depend on the nature and severity of the injury.
What Are the Signs of Brain Damage?
A brain injury can cause not only physical pain but mental and emotion pain as well. There area many possible signs of a brain injury, but some of the most common include:
- A headache
- Mood changes
- Nausea or vomiting
- Loss of consciousness
- Tiredness or dizziness
- Problems with memory
- Blurred vision or problems with speech
Get Caring & Capable Help from Price & Randle
Trying to determine if you have a case, what it is worth, and how to deal with insurance companies are complex matters that no one should have to deal with in the wake of a brain injury. Our firm is here to handle all the legal details so that you can move forward with the treatment you need to recover. We serve clients throughout Camden, Miller, Morgan, and Laclede Counties.