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Brain Injury

Brain Injury

What happens when you are no longer the same person.

Brain injuries are the second leading cause of disability in the United States. Over 3 million Americans suffer from traumatic brain injuries, more than 4 million have brain injuries from strokes, and another 500,000 have cerebral palsy (brain injury due to oxygen deprivation, usually around the time of birth).

Brain injuries can be catastrophic. The effects can vary widely depending upon the part of the brain that has been injured and the extent of the damage. Some of the major symptoms include:

  • memory loss
  • intense headaches or migraines
  • visual disturbances
  • trouble speaking
  • trouble with reasoning and making judgments
  • lack of coordination
  • difficult with common movements and activities, and
  • weakness in arms and legs.

Our team has extensive experience and access to some of the best resources for litigating brain injury and head trauma cases. So contact us if you believe you or a loved one suffered a brain injury from medical malpractice.

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If injured by medical negligence, we are here to help you!