Brain injuries can be hard to detect
Even with renewed attention on football helmet injury, sports injuries and head trauma, concussions often go undiagnosed. Proper diagnoses of brain injuries are frequently missed by family physicians.
Sometimes it takes weeks or months for family members to recognize their loved one has suffered a brain injury. It is important for family members to keep an eye out for changes in their loved one.
Signs of brain injury include:
- Crankiness or short temper
- Short-term memory loss
- Personality changes
- Mood swings
- Limited movement in an area of the body
If you believe your loved one has suffered a brain or traumatic head injury in an accident, you need a diagnosis from a qualified neurologist and the legal advocacy of a trusted, experienced attorney.
How Skaug Law Handles Head Injury Cases
We work with a network of experts and have extensive experience handling challenging traumatic head and brain injury cases.
At trial, head injury cases frequently become a battle between psychologists. Traumatic brain injury and closed head injury cases are sometimes hard for the jury to grasp. We work skillfully to help the jury recognize that although they may not be able to see the injury, it is there.
We work to make sure you are compensated for your legal, medical and financial needs.
We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency basis. This means we are paid only when we win a settlement or verdict for you.
Contact us today to discuss your legal options for recovery with a friendly, trusted and experienced attorney.
The consultation is free.