You Only Get One Brain.
More than 2.5 million cases of traumatic brain injury (TBI) are diagnosed each year. It doesn’t take a major auto accident for this condition to develop—it happens even in the most seemingly minor situations. For those affected, there’s no going back.
Prepare Yourself for the Long Road Ahead.
What happens when your brain gets injured?
In truth, the symptoms and disabilities associated with traumatic brain injury exist on a broad spectrum. Your traumatic brain injury will likely express itself in a way that’s completely different than someone else’s. No matter your situation, the implications of a traumatic brain injury (or a spinal cord injury) can have a dramatic effect on your life.
The brain is a complicated organ, especially when it comes to diagnosing injury. The symptoms associated with traumatic brain injury rarely show up right away. It could be hours, days, or even weeks after a car accident that you start to realize that something is wrong.
Don’t wait for your body to forcefully tell you there’s a problem. If you’re involved in any kind of car accident, it’s important to seek medical attention right away. Adrenaline at the scene of the accident may mask pain temporarily, which is why it’s important to involve a doctor early on. Seeking medical treatment is actually a prerequisite step for moving forward with any sort of personal injury claim, and the longer you wait, the less effective you’ll be.
When dealing with traumatic brain injury, the process to seek a claim is decidedly more difficult than a simple medical examination. Insurance companies often employ their own doctor expert witnesses and experienced legal professionals to build a case that the pain you or a loved one are experiencing is not their responsibility.
It’s also important to realize that the road to recovery from a traumatic brain injury isn’t easy or short. Victims of a traumatic brain injury often require years of expensive treatments and intensive physical therapies. For your best chance at getting through it without additional suffering, you need an experienced traumatic brain injury lawyer in your corner. Manning Law has had success bringing about favorable outcomes for the families we help who are dealing with traumatic brain injury.
You’ve probably heard the acronym TBI before. It stands for Traumatic Brain Injury. Whether you’ve been hit in the head or experienced a sudden jolt, you are at risk for developing TBI.
A simple call is the first step to connect with a Denver traumatic brain injury lawyer.
The sooner you involve legal counsel, the better you’ll be able to fight for your rights with your insurance company.