After A Brain Injury — Life Changes
A brain injury victim often appears fine to most people. It can be difficult for insurance companies and juries to understand the seriousness of the brain injury. Talk to a personal injury lawyer who has experience with brain trauma cases. Call Michael P. Ring & Associates in Santa Barbara, California.
Contact us about a loved one’s brain injury accident.
Most types of injuries are obvious to the observer, but even doctors can miss a closed head brain injury. There is no cut, no scar, no blood. The brain-injured person will often simply withdraw and not complain. Our personal injury attorneys work with the family and experts to determine the extent of head trauma.
Family and friends are usually the first to notice brain injury symptoms.
A brain injury victim may withdraw from others or have mood swings caused by the victim’s own confusion about what is wrong. Other symptoms include speech problems, memory loss, loss of mental function including simple math. A brain injury can and often does result in an inability for the victim to relate to others or hold a job.
Our personal injury lawyers have the experience to help.
Our job at Michael P. Ring & Associates is to explain to the insurance company or to a jury how a brain injury has changed the life and abilities of a brain injury victim. We bring in neurological and behavioral experts to determine the extent of the traumatic brain injury (TBI) and the long-term effects of the injury. If you suspect a brain injury, do not sign an insurance settlement until you know the full extent of your injuries.
Car Accident ∙ Truck Accident ∙ Motorcycle Accident
Premises Liability Accident ∙ Product Liability Accident
It takes hard work, dedication and experience to effectively and compassionately handle a brain injury case. Call the Michael P. Ring & Associates law firm.