Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain InjuryA mild or traumatic brain injury  or head trauma can cause major changes in your life and the life of your family. A person’s brain controls their physical and mental abilities. A brain injury can severly limit the ability to function. It can negatively impact a person’s ability to move, comprehend, solve problems, remember their past, communicate and socialize. It can cause dramatic changes in a personality and behavior. Full recovery from a brain injury is possible, but often times some type of permanent disability is suffered.

What is Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic brain injury or (TBI) occurs when an outside force injures the brain. As a result, brain function becomes temporarily or permanently impaired. Traumatic brain injury is a major cause of disability and death, especially with children. A traumatic brain injury can be the result of such things as a slip and fall, a car accident, a motorcycle accident or some other type of accident.

Brain Injury Recovery

Brain Injury RecoveryAs mentioned above, it is possible to fully recover from a traumatic brain injury. However, many brain injuries result in some type of permanent disability. Recovering from a brain injury usually takes considerable time and involves extensive rehabilitation including physical therapy,  speech therapy and occupational therapy.  The recovery period and associated costs must be taken into consideration when pursuing a claim for a traumatic brain injury.

Brain Injury Lawyer in Ohio

The long-term costs of caring for someone with a traumatic brain injury can be overwhelming. The combination of medical, psychiatric and in-home care required is more than almost anyone’s budget can absorb.

Our Ohio brain injury lawyers work tirelessly to help brain injury victims and their families recover full compensation to pay for all past, present and future costs associated with brain injuries. Please contact us today for a free consultation by calling 1-888-534-4850 or fill out the FREE CASE REVIEW form located on the right side of this page.