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There is no charge for your initial consultation with a KBG Injury Law personal injury attorney. This allows you to explore your options and determine whether moving forward with your case is the best decision for you on a risk-free basis. An initial consultation is the all-important first step to getting the results you deserve.

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Your West Shore, PA, Head Injuries Attorney

Head injuries can be some of the most serious and costly injuries sustained in workplace accidents, car collisions and other incidents. If you have suffered a head injury, you will want legal advice before making any decisions about your next steps.

What Is a Head Injury?

A head injury can occur when someone hits their head against a hard surface. In infants and children, even a strong shaking motion can be enough to cause damage. In addition, any object that pierces the skull can lead to tissue damage.
Head injuries occur when brain tissue is damaged. Often, this happens because the soft tissue of the skull bounces around the inside of the skull during an impact. This can cause bruising, swelling and bleeding. One of the challenges with traumatic head injury is that there is no place for a swelling brain to go. As the brain pushes up against the hard skull, even more damage occurs.
Head injuries can result in memory loss, cognitive and vision problems and other serious symptoms. In some cases, the injury is permanent, while in other cases, patients recover partly or fully.
Brain injuries will require rehabilitation to help patients adjust
Brain injuries generally require rehabilitation to help a patient adjust to life with different abilities. Long term hospital stays or multiple surgeries may also be required. In situations where injuries are severe and permanent, a patient may need to be placed in an assisted living facility or in a facility where around the clock support is offered.

What Can a West Shore Head Injury Lawyer Do?

Even if you have excellent insurance, the total costs in wage loss and medical treatment for a brain injury can quickly eclipse any caps you have on your insurance policy. It is important to work with a qualified attorney in Harrisburg’s West Shore to find all legal options and to seek compensation from every source possible.
After a head injury you may qualify for social security benefits
Depending on your case, you may qualify for Social Security benefits or have a claim against a wrongful or negligent party. An attorney can represent you as you seek compensation so you have a better chance of getting the amount you need to pay for quality medical treatment and other costs related to your injury.

When Should I Contact a West Shore Head Injury Attorney?

It is important to talk to an attorney right away. With a head injury, especially, minutes and hours can count. You will start to need treatment right away, and treatment can quickly become expensive. Getting legal protection can help you get fair compensation as quickly as possible.

If you are looking for a head injury attorney in Harrisburg’s West Shore, work with the team with more than 30 years of local Central PA experience. Reach out to KBG Injury Law to schedule your free consultation online. You can also call us at 800-509-1011. Our phones are staffed 24/7, so you can always reach a live person.

During this challenging time, our attorneys are advocating more than ever. While our physical offices are closed, we are all working remotely to ensure you still get the Results You Deserve. To all of our current clients, you can connect with us the same way you always do via email, phone, fax or text. To all of our prospective clients, the best way to get in touch with us is by using our contact form or by calling (800) 509-1011