Long-Term Help For Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs)
Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can happen from a wide range of accident types. But, the common element afterward is that people face a very different life than the one they were living before their accident.
TBIs can express itself in a range from subtle to very severe symptoms. From partial memory loss to seizures. People can suffer severe cognitive and physical impacts, or they may be able to operate daily life without people even being aware that they have suffered a TBI.
Severe TBIs And Its Impact
When TBIs has had a severe impact, a person may not be able to work or care for himself or herself anymore. The person may need ongoing care to help him or her through everyday life. Adjusting to this new life and these new needs will be difficult and costly for the injured person and his or her family.
It will be critical to ensure that the maximum compensation is secured so that they have the financial resources to deal with the cost of medical care and other expenses.
Even Mild TBIs Is Still Challenging
Even mild TBIs can create real issues for people and those that love them. The symptoms of TBIs can sometimes be so mild that people who do not know the injured person may not be able to detect that any injury happened. But, for people who truly know the person and his or her personality, the difference can seem very stark. There may be strong differences in emotional stability, personality and ability to cope with day-to-day life that did not exist before.
More Than 20 Years Of Personal Injury Experience
At the Law Office of Michael R. De La Paz, we acknowledge the impact of all types of TBIs and the effect it can have on the lives of loved ones as well as the injured. Our firm puts more than 20 years of personal injury experience to work fighting for the full compensation our clients deserve. Our goal is to leave you well-situated with sufficient financial resources to be able to deal with your immediate needs and your needs down the road.
Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer Serving San Antonio And South Texas
For help that can secure the compensation you need after a TBI, turn to the Law Office of Michael R. De La Paz. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our attorneys, call 210-951-2244 or contact us online.
No attorney’s fees are collected unless we secure a recovery for you.
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