Traumatic Brain Injuries

The Dangerous Consequences Of Traumatic Brain Injuries

If you have suffered head trauma as a result of another’s reckless, negligent or intentionally dangerous conduct, you need to speak with an attorney.

Similarly, it’s important to speak with an attorney if you sustained a brain injury while engaging in work-related activities, even if your injurious circumstances may have been your fault. Depending on the circumstances that led to your injuries, you may be entitled to significant compensation via the personal injury claims process, the workers’ compensation process or both processes.

Experienced Brain Injury Lawyers

Our attorneys at Guy O. Kornblum, A Professional Law Corporation, can objectively evaluate your case, and our team will be able to advise you of your legal options accordingly. We have more than 40 years of experience working on these complex cases. If you’re entitled to compensation and opt to pursue that opportunity, we will do everything we can to secure you the maximum amount owed.

Recovery from a brain injury is rarely a quick or straightforward process. In many instances, head trauma can affect much of the body and can take a long while to heal. Pushing to get back to school or work too fast can make your medical situation worse. Allow us to help you obtain any compensation to which you may be entitled so that you can focus on recovering without having to worry about money.

When Traumatic Brain Injuries Affect The Whole Body

When individuals suffer head trauma, they may experience a variety of symptoms. Some are localized, including headaches and blurred vision. However, it is not uncommon for head trauma to affect the body generally – including fatigue and nausea – as well as other organs in the body.

Research has shown that traumatic head injury can compromise the heart, lungs, immune system and gastrointestinal tract. It seems counterintuitive in some ways that a blow to the head could affect organs other than the brain. But when you stop to consider that the brain sends information to the rest of the body that controls its functioning, the connection between head trauma and compromised alternative systems starts to make more sense.

The Complexities Of Traumatic Brain Injuries

This brain-body connection is just one of the many reasons why it traditionally takes injury victims so much longer to recover from brain injuries than it does for them to recover from most other kinds of physical trauma. If you’ve suffered head trauma, invest some time and energy to explore your legal options with our firm’s assistance. You’ll want to secure as much compensation as you’re entitled to so that you can take the time you need for your entire body to recover in the wake of your head injury.

No matter how you sustained your brain injury, you may be entitled to significant compensation as a result of your harm. Please allow the experienced California legal team at the law firm of Guy O. Kornblum, A Professional Law Corporation, to assess your legal situation and to provide you with personalized legal guidance that will empower you to make informed decisions about your legal and financial circumstances.