Brain Injuries And TBI

Dallas County Attorneys for Traumatic Brain Injury Clients

Traumatic brain injuries can be defined as damage caused to the brain due to a sudden, violent head trauma. Often referred to as TBIs, this type of injury can result in life-long physical, cognitive, and emotional challenges. Examples of this severe injury may include, but are not limited to, concussions, hematomas, and contusions.

If you have suffered from a concussion or other TBI, you may wish to seek legal counsel from the experienced personal injury attorneys at Clark Law Group. Our team of experienced lawyers can help survivors of traumatic brain injuries navigate the complexities of a personal injury claim and ensure their rights are protected throughout the legal process.

Dallas Brain Injuries And TBI Lawyers

Traumatic Brain Injury Consequences and Causes

Accidents happen, but when someone incurs a head or brain injury, it should be taken seriously, and immediate treatment should be sought out. Anyone who has suffered a traumatic brain injury may spend months and even years recovering. Physical, cognitive, emotional, and psychological impairments resulting from a TBI often require both rehabilitation and consistent support.

Traumatic brain injuries may be suffered due to a range of different accidents. Common causes of TBIs include motor vehicle accidentsworkplace and construction accidents, sports injuries, and falls. In some cases, infants suffer this type of injury due to genetic conditions, perinatal illnesses, or fetal alcohol syndrome.

No matter the cause, if you believe you or a loved one may have suffered a concussion or other serious brain injury, it is important that you seek medical attention as soon as possible. Not only will receiving proper medical treatment right away aid in the recovery process, it could bolster the evidence in a personal injury claim.

Recovering After a Traumatic Brain Injury

While no two brain injuries are identical, there are certain symptoms common among those who have suffered TBIs. Depending on the extent of their injury, survivors may experience headaches, nausea, depression, mood swings, cognitive delays, difficulty communicating, light sensitivity, vision problems, seizures, and other medical complications.

These symptoms alone can amount to a huge burden; however, serious brain injuries often result in costly medical bills as well. After suffering a TBI, it may take an extended period of time before the individual can return to work. Temporary or permanent loss of wages, combined with expensive medical care, can be financially devastating for families.

At Clark Law Group, our experienced Dallas County attorneys have decades of experience handling personal injury claims related to traumatic brain injuries. It may be possible to seek compensation for the damages you and your loved ones may have suffered. Our lawyers can conduct a thorough investigation, establish liability, and stand up to insurance companies to help you on your road to recovery.

Call Our North Texas TBI Lawyers to Schedule a Free Consultation

Traumatic brain injuries can alter your life in nearly every way. If you or a loved one have suffered a traumatic brain injury due to the negligent actions of a third party, our team of attorneys at Clark Law Group can advocate for your rights and pursue financial damages through a personal injury claim. As you recover from the accident, we will work tirelessly to hold the negligent party responsible for their actions and help you get your life back on track.

To discuss your injury with our firm and set up a free consultation, call 469-906-2266. Our team has the skillset and knowledge to represent your case and handle the complex issues that may arise. We represent injured people and their families throughout North Texas, including in Dallas, Park Cities, University Park, Highland Park, and the surrounding areas.

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