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Head injuries can occur at any time. They are common due to sports injuries, workplace accidents, traffic collisions and other incidents. In fact, any time you hit your head against any solid surface, you may be at risk of a concussion or brain injury.
What Is a TBI?
In a traumatic brain injury (TBI), the skull is not penetrated or cracked. Instead, the brain is impacted enough to “bounce around” the inside of the skull, causing bleeding, bruising, and damage to the tissue of the brain.
A TBI can be life-threatening. A simple fall on a sidewalk can cause enough damage to be fatal. If enough of the brain tissue or enough critical brain tissue is damaged, or if the brain tissue swells rapidly and immediate emergency intervention is not available, the patient’s life is at risk.
For this reason, it is important to always seek emergency attention if you have hit your head, even if you initially feel fine.
Why Do I Need a Camp Hill Head Injury Lawyer?
Even if you have medical insurance, traumatic brain injuries can have a devastating impact on your life.
A TBI can result in mobility problems, memory loss, vision issues and more. People who have suffered from a serious head injury may require months of healing and rehabilitation. Some patients need to learn to walk all over again or may need to learn how to complete simple tasks. In the most serious cases, patients may never be able to recover and may need to be placed in an assisted living facility.
The cost of a serious head injury can be catastrophic. Even if full recovery is possible, your brain can take months or years to heal. The costs of surgery and rehabilitation add up, and someone with cognitive problems or memory problems may not be able to return to work for years or even permanently. The effects on income and savings can be significant.
What Can a Camp Hill Head Injury Attorney Do for Me?
Your Camp Hill TBI attorney’s goal is to get you the fairest possible compensation so your future looks as bright as possible.
If you have a TBI, your attorney can review your insurance documents to determine how much coverage you may be eligible for. Your attorney can make sure you do not sign away your rights when you have to complete paperwork. He or she can also negotiate with insurance companies and seek out and pursue legitimate liable parties or any other potential sources of compensation.
When Should I Contact a Camp Hill TBI Lawyer?
Immediately after your injury, go to an emergency room or medical professional to get evaluated. This is important even if you do not have symptoms right away. If your TBI is life-threatening, prompt medical attention can save your life.
One of the next calls you should make, however, is to an attorney who is experienced with TBI claims. Your lawyer can immediately start evaluating your situation and securing compensation for your medical bills.
If you would like to talk to a legal team about your injury, schedule a consultation with KBG Injury Law. KBG Injury Law has over 30 years of experience in central Pennsylvania. Over this time, we have secured many settlements and significant compensation for patients with TBIs and other serious injuries.
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