Reduce the Stress and Trauma of Brain Injury Recovery
Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer | Fayetteville Georgia
Although it may be difficult to ascertain the amount of pain you are experiencing due to your traumatic brain injury, Wade Law understands the overwhelming nature of the recovery process and is here to help you. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention state that almost two million people per year in the United States have been unfortunate victims of traumatic brain injuries. Many have been compensated for their losses by the help of qualified legal representation. We sympathize that you are inundated with doctors’ appointments, therapy sessions, medical bills and other expenses, and our firm can help reduce the trauma of your recovery process.
Wade Law Offices
101 Devant Street, Suite 201
Fayetteville GA 30214
The Nature and Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI)
A TBI, or traumatic brain injury, most commonly occurs in one of two ways: (1) a closed head injury or (2) a penetrating head injury. The distinction between the two lies in the contact an object has with the head and the resulting outcome. If an object pierces through your skull and causes damage to the brain, you are the victim of a penetrating head injury. A closed head injury occurs when contact is made between an object and your head, but your skull has not been penetrated. Injury can also occur without contact to the head if a person is aggressively shaken hard enough to cause damage to the brain.
Considering the nature of traumatic head and brain injuries, a variety of symptoms can occur. If you experience any of the following symptoms after a motorcycle or automobile accident, serious slip and fall incident, construction or workplace injury, a sports-related injury, or were the victim of a violent assault, please contact our office:
- Mood swings or behavioral changes
- Lack of energy or increased need for sleep
- Lack of mental clarity, focus and sharpness
- Nausea or motion sickness
- Feelings of unbalance
- Headaches or migraines
- Decrease in eye-hand or other coordination
Wade Law Firm Can Help You Recover From Your Traumatic Brain Injury Losses
Traumatic head or brain injuries result in an abundance of expenses, pain and suffering and other unexpected costs that you should not have to be burdened with. Oftentimes, individuals are unable to work and also suffer due to a loss of income or wages, which can be included in recovery sought on your behalf. If the injury occurred while on the job, you may be able to recover medical bills and costs, lost wages and temporary or permanent disability benefits. Our firm has experience working with many clients who have incurred similar pain and suffering through the road of recovery. We aggressively represented each one every step of the way and look forward to doing the same for you.
Your Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney in Fayetteville, Georgia
Wade Law prides itself in its years of experience and its compassion to thoroughly understand your circumstances, protect your legal rights and your right to live an enjoyable life. You should not be a suffering victim at the fault or negligence of someone else. If another person’s negligence, meaning their actions or failure to act when they had a duty to, caused you to suffer a traumatic brain injury, our firm may be able to help you receive the compensation you deserve. The legal issue surrounding a personal injury claim based on negligence can be complex, therefore it is important to obtain experienced and qualified representation that can adequately analyze your matter, retain necessary experts and witnesses and provide an aggressive case on your behalf. If you or a loved one suffers from any of the aforementioned symptoms, from a car wreck or other personal injury, call our firm today to schedule a consultation and discuss your options.