Brain injuries or Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI), as they are often times referred to, occur when there is a sudden trauma to the head that results in damage to the brain. A person who has suffered a head trauma resulting in a TBI has received a complex injury that can have a devastating consequence not only to the injured person but also to his family. The occurrence of a brain injury can be classified as mild, moderate or severe. Each classification is accompanied by its own set of problems. The worst possible outcome from a head injury is death. Recent studies have shown that traumatic brain injuries resulting from car accidents has been a leading cause of death and injury in Maryland. As in any Maryland accident injury that has resulted form the negligence of another individual, a person who has sustained a brain injury is eligible to recover damages for injuries suffered. The experienced lawyers at Goldberg, Finnegan & Mester know how to protect your rights.
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The following outcomes may result from a Severe TBI:
- Communication Problems
- Permanent Vegetative State
Persons suffering from a mild brain injury may experience headaches, fatigue, memory problems, anxiety, depression and loss of self confidence. A moderate TBI can result in lifetime impairments for the injured person leading to loss of cognitive ability, visual and motor problems, problems with emotional and social issues and possibly a need for long term assistance and therapy. In the worst cases of head and brain injuries, the patient may need long term care to deal with the severe consequences of this trauma. Goldberg, Finnegan, & Mester’s expert lawyers have the experience to help recover compensation for losses ensuing from another individual’s carelessness.
Every year millions of people are dealing with the repercussions of a brain injury caused through the careless conduct of other individuals. Victims of this carelessness have access to the legal system to help recover damages for lost wages, lost benefits, hospital and doctor bills, drug costs, therapy and more.