A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is an injury that may be overlooked initially as it often occurs in conjunction with another more visible injury. The victim of TBI may have been in acar accident or other type of accident that caused the TBI. As many cases of TBI are the result of closed-head injuries. It may not be apparent that any damage has been done to the brain unless the doctors understand what to look for.
The effects of TBI can range from the mild to the extreme. Symptoms in a mild case may include:
- Difficulty thinking
- Memory problems
- Mood swings
- Inability to focus
More severe cases of TBI can result in symptoms such as:
- Emotional issues
- Difficulty speaking
- Cognitive impairment
- Difficulty in controlling movement
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At the law firm of Kearney, Freeman, Fogarty & Joshi, PLLC, our Fairfax traumatic brain injury lawyers are committed to helping the victims of TBI obtain the resources they need to be able to deal with the challenges they face. Our goal is to help the victims of TBI to be able to live lives as close to those they had before they suffered their injury.
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When traumatic brain injury occurs, your ability to recover can depend on having access to expensive medical care. If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, turn to the experienced Fairfax personal injury attorneys of Kearney, Freeman, Fogarty & Joshi, PLLC, in Fairfax, Virginia. To schedule your free initial consultation, call 877-652-1553, or contact us online. All personal injury cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. We collect no fee unless we secure compensation for you.
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