Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyers, Waxahachie, Ellis County
Brain and head injuries can occur almost everywhere. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) mostly happens in auto accidents, multiple cases of falls, expulsion from a vehicle going fast, crushed or crumble in a rollover, falling objects striking the head of the person, hits of a child’s head onto the ground or in vehicles inside during an accident, motorcycle crashes even with a protective helmet, fierce explosions and loads of other scenarios which could be industrial and residential.
Loss of consciousness, even for a brief period, is one of the clearest indications that the brain may have been affected by a blow to the head. A confused state involving uncertainty about time, date, and location and /or a period of memory loss for the events surrounding the head injury are also indicators of trauma to the brain. Any of these symptoms following a blow to the head should be taken seriously.
Traumatic brain injury is a serious and debilitating injury. Persons with a serious brain injury frequently have troubles with mental and physical performance, and might require continued supervision and assistance, as a result of post-concussion syndrome. Even a person who has suffered a head or brain injury, with a little or no documented loss of consciousness, may have permanent deficits which make it impossible for them to return to their previous lifestyle and sphere of activities.
Our brain injury lawyers in Dallas and Ellis County, who have decades worth of legal experience, helps traumatic brain injury survivors to obtain long-term care to recover and continue with their lives. Our efforts have enabled us to obtain millions of dollars in compensation for our clients over the years.
In the event that you suspect a brain injury from an accident, do not hesitate to seek medical help immediately and to call upon a brain injury lawyer. Clay Jenkins & Associates Law Firm has extensive experience in handling complex cases of head and brain injuries.
Where brain injuries are susceptible
- Auto wrecks
- Many types of falls
- Ejection from a vehicle at high speeds
- Roof crush or roof collapse in a rollover
- Objects falling and striking the person
- Impacts of a child’s head onto a floor or in vehicles interior during collision
- Motorcycle accidents – even with a helmet
- Violent explosions
Contact us now to learn your rights for injuries to the brain.