Brain Injuries

In any kind of accident where the victim sustains a head trauma, a traumatic brain injury can happen. Premises liability accidents, motorcycle accidents, car accidents, slip and fall accidents, and construction accidents are just some of the many kinds of personal injury accidents where head injuries can occur.

The long-term repercussions of a head injury, such as a skull fracture or a concussion, can vary in degree of severity and are often challenging to evaluate. For example, three people that appear to have the same kind of injury in the same area of the head can react to their injuries in completely different (and possibly life-altering) ways.

Although severe loss of function and coma are commonly associated with traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), other consequences can occur, including loss of motor skills, loss of long-term memory, loss of short-term memory, changes in mood swings, changes in temperament, inability to recognize friends and relatives, insomnia, and other neurological disorders that can appear later.

If you or someone you love sustained a TBI because another party was negligent, you should speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer about filing a claim or lawsuit to obtain compensation for the head injury, rehabilitation expenses, and other long-term care costs.

At Halberg & Fogg PLLC, our traumatic brain injury attorneys know how to handle head injury cases. We can help you or your loved one obtain the compensation that you are entitled to for your pain and suffering, any retraining, medical care, long-term rehabilitation, and unpaid medical costs.

Our law firm represents traumatic brain injury clients throughout Florida. You will not pay us any legal fees unless you receive your recovery. Halberg & Fogg PLLC has law office in West Palm Beach.

Contact Halberg & Fogg PLLC and ask for your free consultation. We want to show you what we can do for you.

South Florida Injury Lawyer Blog - Traumatic Brain Injury