81-year-old deceased mesothelioma victim (New Jersey resident) who was exposed through his work as a ship repair worker in a naval shipyard and as a heavy-duty truck mechanic
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI), or concussions, are frequently undiagnosed, labeled often as a “bump on the head” or something far less serious. In reality, TBIs can lead to loss of memory, cognitive function, and poor concentration. Long-term injuries can even lead to increased chances of Parkinson’s disease and personality changes. When people suffer concussions as a result of another’s negligence or carelessness, they have the right to seek compensation for their injuries. At BCH, we have spent more than 30 years building effective personal injury cases for clients of all kinds—including those permanently or severely injured in the brain.
Concussions are caused by sudden impact to the head, causing the brain to hit the inside of the skull.
This causes bruising and swelling to the brain, which results in symptoms of various severity, including:
When processing becomes difficult for those with TBI, part of the problem is that the brain is attempting to heal and return to normal function.
Potential causes of TBI include:
Regardless of the cause of your TBI, you may need short- and long-term treatment and rehabilitation to return to normal function—and these are typically costly. If your safety was compromised or your injury was not treated through the negligence of a driver, coach, contractor, or manager, you have the right to seek justice.
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BCH can help you discover the causes of your concussion, find out who may have been at fault, and develop a strong case to hold them liable for your lost wages, medical treatment, and long-term care. Our firm, founded on honesty, hard work, and servicing our clients, is ready to aggressively fight for you in court.
Do not let your injury be ignored. Schedule a free consult by calling (713) 425-7100.