Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a tragedy that does not decimate. A traumatic brain Injury (TBI), also referred as the “invisible injury” are a leading cause of death and disability in the United States. Victims of traumatic brain injury may be suffering a multitude of physical, emotional, and behavioral challenges, impacting the victim’s quality of life. and often require long-term medical care and rehabilitation. At Husain Law + Associates, P.C., we understand these circumstances can place a major emotional and financial burdens on the victim and their loved ones. We understand money cannot undo the brain injury you or your loved one has suffered from, but we can help lift the financial burdens of medical expenses, lost wages, recovery and rehabilitation, and other related loses. If you or a loved one has suffered from a traumatic brain injury as a result of another person’s negligence, don’t delay — call today. Our Husain Law + Associates, P.C., law offices’ number is 713-987-7298. We can also be reached by email message. Hospitalized patients and injury victims recovering at home can be visited for free initial consultations. Our contingency fee policy means that we can charge no legal fees unless we win your case.
Traumatic brain injury is often referred to as the “invisible injury”. Brain injuries are always not associated with visible injuries symptoms like from a broken arm or a severe burned victim. At times, a TBI victim may seem fine and act normal on the surface; however, the internal damages can be severe. Because many signs of the brain injury are subtle and may develop symptoms days, weeks, or months following from an accident, TBI victims may not receive proper diagnoses or treatment.
The brain is protected by the skull and cushioned by a protective fluid. In fact, it is the best organ protected in the body, yet it is very a delicate organ and very vulnerable to injury. When sudden trauma, such as blows or jolt to the head, it disrupts the normal function of the brain causes damage to the brain. The severity of a traumatic brain injury is characterized by the following:
When anyone or a party who failed to inform you or others of a hazard or who created hazard that led to a traumatic brain injury may face liability. We can help and investigate your brain or head injury accidents to find the at-fault party. The most common situations where brain injures arise include:
Open Head Injuries: When the skull gets fractured, penetrated or otherwise broken by a foreign object into the brain.
Closed Head Injuries: When the head suffers trauma without any penetration of the skull.
Symptoms usually fall into four categories:
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a serious public health concern that results in death and disability for thousands of people each year. From 2006 to 2014, TBI- related emergency department visits, hospitalizes, and death increased by 53%. Based on CDC, the most leading causes are:
For more information, please visit https://www.cdc.gov/traumaticbraininjury/get_the_facts.html
Most traumatic brain injuries can be prevented and we understand there are times when you simply cannot prevent a brain injury. Having our lawyers on your side is vital to making sure to you are you are fairly and properly compensated for your injuries. Our goal is to help you pursue your claim against the person responsible for your injures and to obtain maximum compensation to help advance in your recovery and restore your quality of life. The following are the damages that can usually be claimed:
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