Brain Injury

Brain Injuries:  Brain injuries are life changing and can bring negatively impact someone’s ability to work, to relate to others, and to enjoy life.  We all depend on our minds to make decisions about every aspect of our lives.  Brain injuries can result from auto accidents, on the job injuries, slip and falls, and many other types of accidents.  The injuries can involve open head wounds where the skin and skull are damaged or closed head injuries where the brain in damaged from the impact of the brain shifting violently inside of the skull.

Medical Treatment:  Neurosurgeons and psychiatrists often focus initially on whether the injured party was knocked unconscious at the scene of the car accident, motorcycle accident, truck accident, pedestrian accident, or any other type of accident.  I have often heard that if you have been knocked unconscious, then there is a much greater risk of permanent brain injury.  Brain injuries such as concussions are becoming more and more the focus of sports as well.  The NFL has been looking into ways to reduce the risk of brain injury through better helmets and through reducing the number of full contact practice days.

Symptoms:  There are millions of Americans suffering from brain injuries today.  The most common symptoms for brain injury include headaches, dizziness, blurred vision, difficult concentrating, memory loss, nausea, changes in personality, and reduced ability the think and reason (cognitive deficiencies).

Free Consultation:  If you are suffering from a brain injury as a result of an accident, then you should call us at 877-PAIN-LAW (877-724-6529) to fully discuss your brain injury claim.  The damages for brain injuries cases can be enormous.

Brain Injury Claims:  Our Atlanta injury law firm specializes in brain injury claims.  Brain injuries are serious, debilitating, and often permanent medical conditions that can have a devastating impact on people’s lives.  Our PAIN LAW attorneys have had enormous success handling brain injury cases regardless of whether they are a part of a personal injury, worker’s comp, or social security disability claim.  To read more about how brain injuries impact the different types of injury claims, I have provided links below:

  1. Personal Injury Brain Injury Claims:
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  3. Social Security Disability Brain Injury Claims:

Brain injuries (closed head and open head) are very serious and normally result in huge injury settlements.  We encourage you to call us today at 877-PAIN-LAW (877-724-6529) to discuss your serious injury claim further.  Our experienced injury attorneys can make a huge impact in helping you when so much is on the line for you and your family.

Attorney Richard S. Griffin Google