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Have you or your loved ones suffered from a traumatic brain injury?

Traumatic Brain InjuryA Traumatic Brain Injury is also known as TBI or concussion. It is a brain dysfunction or intracranial injury typically caused by an outside force causing a violent blow or jolt to the head. It is a complex injury that often occurs with car accidents. In fact, car accidents are one of the top three causes of TBI. The brain is thrown into the inside of the skull. When this happens bruising, tearing of nerve fibers, and bleeding can be a possible result. There are a broad spectrum of disabilities and symptoms associated with TBI. Symptoms of TBI can be immediate or delayed and can include, blurry vision, concentration difficulty, and confusion. In infants, you might notice persistent crying or irritability. Treatment for TBI ranges from rest, medication, or even surgery.

TBIs or concussions are much different than any other type of injury. It will likely affect every aspect of your life, especially your personality. When you break a bone, tear a ligament, or injure a muscle it will limit a specific area of your body for a while. Eventually they heal and regain their previous function. Unlike these type of injuries, TBIs don't heal the same way. No two brain injuries are the same and the recovery from brain injuries is a functional recovery process.

What should you do after suffering from a Traumatic Brain Injury?

The impact of a TBI can be devastating on a person and their family. After a TBI occurs you may not know what to do or where to turn. It can almost be impossible for a person or family member to recover anything on their own. While there is no amount of money that will make up for the victim's injuries, monetary value is the only remedy the law provides. Retaining the top medical experts, economists, and life planners is important to obtaining the best recovery.

Here at the Law Offices of Matthew D. Dubin, our Everett TBI lawyers have experience dealing with these difficult cases. We know how to handle TBI cases to obtain the best recovery possible for our clients and seek justice on behalf of the victim. We are well suited to handle all TBI cases. We pride ourselves on compassion and vigorously fighting on behalf of our clients who have suffered a brain injury or any kind of injury.

Contact a Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer Today!

If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident leading to a TBI and are having difficulty understanding what to do, where to turn, and need help, our experienced Everett brain injury lawyers can help. To schedule a free consultation to discuss your injury, call us at 425-903-5555. You can also contact our law office online. Our Everett attorneys make home and hospital visits when needed. We handle all personal injury cases on a contingent fee basis. This means you will not pay attorney fees unless we recover compensation for you.