A traumatic brain injury is a potentially life altering event and may result in long-term or short-term impairments. Brain injuries have differing levels of severity and affect each victim differently. A person who has suffered a brain injury may have to readjust many areas of their life and may not be able to continue living the way they did before the injury.
The aftermath of a brain injury can be very worrisome and confusing for the loved one of a victim as they deal with a whirlwind of emotions, doctors and hospital staff, insurance companies, and the like. Brain injury impacts the lives of family members and loved ones as they must now help in the recovery process. This process can be emotionally and financially draining on the victim and loved ones.
A person does not have to be involved in a catastrophic accident to suffer a brain injury. Non-traumatic brain injury, brain damage caused by a nonviolent incident, can place significant strain on the financial, physical, and emotional well-being of an injured victim and his or her family.
If you or a loved one has suffered from a traumatic or non-traumatic brain injury as a result of another party’s actions or negligence, our attorneys at Johnson Janklow Abdallah, LLP, want to help. We have the skill and experience to pursue your rights for compensation. Contact us today at 605-338-4304.
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