Brain Injury

When a brain injury occurs, the devastating effects on the victim and their family can be significant. There are two different types of brain injuries – one that occurs with direct force to the skull, and the other occurs when the brain is injured by coming into blunt contact with the inside of the skull, such as in motor vehicle collisions or shaken baby syndrome.

No matter how a brain injury occurs, the effects can be severe. Adults and children who suffer from brain injuries can experience:

  • Memory loss
  • Loss of concentration
  • Difficulty communicating
  • Difficulty making decisions
  • Inability to learn new things
  • Poor judgment
  • Seizures
  • Headaches
  • Irritability
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Visual disturbances
  • Poor balance
  • Hearing loss
  • Changes in speech patterns
  • Decreased motor control

Families that have been affected by brain injuries will likely have to live with the consequences for the remainder of their lives. Victims of brain injuries may not “seem” like they are the same person, and may be permanently disabled as a result. Lost wages and disabilities can put a severe financial strain on a family, in addition to overwhelming medical expenses. Couple that with the emotional hardship of brain injuries and it’s often too much for one person or family to bear.

Our attorneys are compassionate and caring, and are available now to support and assist you in seeking justice for the hardships you and your family now have to endure. We have won millions of dollars in settlement funds for our clients who have suffered from preventable brain injuries and would like to do the same for you. Contact Tony S. Kalogerakos, Esq.-Injury Lawyers to schedule a free consultation and a case evaluation with a brain injury lawyer today.