A traumatic brain injury accident (TBI) can cause pain, confusion, memory loss, paralysis, and feelings of helplessness.
At Owens & Miller, our TBI attorneys understand that the challenges victims face don’t end immediately following an accident. Accidents cause costly damages that can be assessed right away, but they can cause unforeseen problems for TBI victims in the future. Complications with health issues, mounting medical treatments, and insurance companies can make an already difficult process even more frustrating.
If you or someone you know has recently suffered a TBI, our TBI attorneys in Raleigh will fight on your behalf while handling court requirements and insurance company requests. Every day we speak on behalf of accident victims so that they receive the compensation they are entitled to.
Effects from TBI can result in loss of cognitive function and personality changes. Severe side effects can have a negative influence on a victim’s ability to work, or their performance at work—prompting vocational retraining and possible modifications in the workplace. Accident survivors may qualify for disability, and our Social Security Disability lawyer in Raleigh can assist with a claim.
TBIs may not be noticeable right away. Symptoms of brain injuries may develop in the weeks and months following an accident. You should see a doctor if you are experiencing any unusual pain after an accident, such as:
- Headaches or migraines
- Problems with vision
- Personality changes such as depression, anxiety, loss of control over emotions, decrease in motivation, or attention difficulties.
If you have suffered from a traumatic brain injury after an accident in North Carolina, contact the TBI attorneys at Owens & Miller. We’re dedicated to working with you throughout your recovery. We have the experience and knowledge to answer your questions and will help you resolve your claim during this difficult time.
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We handle personal injury cases in Wake County and surrounding counties of central and eastern North Carolina. Call 919-719-2750, or contact us about your situation.