Macon Brain Injury Lawyer
November 30, 2020
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Our Brain Injury Lawyer Can Help You Get CompensationIf you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury that was due to someone else’s negligence or fault, our Macon brain injury lawyer at the Mann Law Firm may be able to help you get compensation for your losses. The human brain is the center of control for our thoughts, emotions, and bodily functions, so injuries to the brain can be devastating and may lead to paralysis, inability to communicate, coma, or death. After a brain injury, no amount of money can make up for what you are going through, but a settlement can help by paying for medical treatment, modifications to the home, continuing therapy and care, and replacing the lost wages of someone who is too injured to work. At the Mann Law Firm, our brain injury lawyers in Macon understand the difficulties of dealing with brain injury and will fight for full compensation through insurance or a personal injury lawsuit. Brain injury claims can be complicated, and compensation amounts can range from the thousands to millions of dollars, but insurance companies will try to get you to accept the lowest offer possible. Our attorneys know their tactics and how to fight for the settlement you are entitled to. We offer a free consultation to discuss the individual circumstances of your case. Call the Mann Law Firm today at (478) 742-3381 for your free, no-obligation case evaluation so our brain injury attorney can get started helping you and your family.
Our Brain Injury Lawyers in Macon Explain How Brain Injuries Can Impact YouAs the center of the human nervous system, the brain is a mysterious and complicated organ. It controls our body’s functions like walking and talking, our thinking functions like perception and understanding, our emotions like joy and sadness, and our memory. When the brain suffers an injury, the resulting damage is usually significant, can affect more than one function, and will likely have a devastating effect on quality of life. Known as an invisible disability because there are often no outward physical signs, a brain injury can last a lifetime. Since there is no overarching cure, awareness and prevention are key.
When Brain Injury Is From Trauma, A TBI Lawyer Can HelpBrain injuries arise from a wide range of incidents, with most of them falling into the category of traumatic brain injury (TBI). More specific than the term “head injury,” a TBI occurs when sudden trauma to the head disrupts the function of the brain. Because these injuries can be so severe, they can impact your earning potential, your medical bills and your quality of living for the rest of your life. That’s why you need an experienced brain injury attorney to advocate on your behalf. Let us handle the negotiations with insurers so we can secure you the most compensation possible for your injuries.
Causes of Brain InjuriesTBIs are classified as ranging from mild to severe, from a brief change in mental status or consciousness to an extended period of unconsciousness or memory loss. A study by the CDC in 2014 discovered that among all age groups, the most common reasons for an emergency department visit, or hospitalization, for a TBI were:
- falls (48 percent)
- unintentional blunt force traumas (17 percent)
- vehicle accidents (20 percent).
Symptoms of a Traumatic Brain InjuryMany TBIs remain silent and unseen because, unlike a broken bone, symptoms are often mild at first and worsen over time. Some of these symptoms are hard to spot, while others may be clearly noticeable. They include:
- Loss of consciousness
- Excessive drowsiness
- Light sensitivity
- Memory problems
- Noise sensitivity
- Severe headache
- Slurred speech
- Vision problems
- Weakness in arms or legs.