West Virginia Brain Injury Lawyers
A traumatic brain injury can bring life-altering consequences. Depending on the severity of the brain injury, a person who suffers from one may be permanently disabled and unable to work. Brain injuries can result from a variety of different events, including participation in sports, motor vehicle collisions, slip and fall accidents, assaults and more. When a person receives such an injury because of the wrongful conduct of another or because of negligence, he or she may be able to recover monetary damages in amounts sufficient to cover all of the suffered losses.
Possible symptoms and effects of brain injuries
The severity of the symptoms experienced by a person with a traumatic brain injury will depend on how serious the injury is. The symptoms of a mild traumatic brain injury may include any of the following:
- Short loss of consciousness
- Confusion or disorientation without a loss of consciousness
- Excessive sleepiness
- Feeling dizzy
- Vomiting or nausea
- Trouble sleeping
- Blurry vision
- Difficulties concentrating
- Memory issues
- Mood swings
- Sensory disturbances, such as ringing in the ears
People who have brain injuries that are moderate or severe may have any of the following symptoms:
- Protracted losses of consciousness that last from many minutes to hours
- Worsening headache or one that won’t go away
- Repeated vomiting
- Dilation of the pupils
- Clear fluid draining from the ears or nose
- Numbness of the extremities
- Loss of coordination
- Profound confusion
- Slurred speech
Severe brain injuries may leave people needing round-the-clock care for the rest of their lives. They may have changes in their personalities, have difficulty with walking, be unable to take care of their basic needs and be left unable to work, among many other things.
How brain injury attorneys can help
Our team of lawyers at Jan Dils Attorneys at Law can review the facts of what happened in a potential client’s case. We can also review the medical reports in order to assess the potential value of their client’s case.
Our team of West Virginia personal injury lawyers will explain the process of filing civil lawsuits against those who are responsible for the brain injuries. We will negotiate with insurance companies and litigate if needed in order to help our clients recover the maximum and fair monetary compensation they deserve.
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