The Enduring Recovery A TBI Requires
Crashes are unfortunately not uncommon the freeways and highways of Los Angeles. High-impact collisions can cause serious injury including traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). While we always hope for the best, not everyone is able to recover quickly or fully from a serious brain injury.
At Greenslade Cronk, LLP, we seek justice. We want to ensure that the victim receives the highest level of care and treatment. Our goal is to see that as our client you receive everything you need to recover to the fullest extent. Find out what our services include in a free consultation: 866-605-6149.
What Causes A TBI?
Any type of blow to the head can cause a traumatic brain injury. We represent the victims of accidents that were caused by someone else’s negligence. Some of the accidents and events we handle in regard to brain injuries include:
- Slips, trips and falls in public places
- Car crashes caused by another driver
- Injuries caused by a crash or assault, such as an Uber or Lyft incident
- Sporting injuries
- Medical negligence
Because of the complexity of the brain and the severity of these injuries, these cases often require the use of medical experts to fully understand the extend and prognosis. We work with a network of medical professionals who understand these injuries. We can connect you with specialists so that you or your injured loved one attains the best care possible. We understand the short- and long-term costs associated with these injuries and can offer prudent advise on settlement offers.
Short-Term And Long-Term Effects Of A Brain Injury
Brain injuries, as with any other injury, fall on a spectrum of mild to severe. Most brain injuries have some symptoms in common. These are:
- The temporary or extended loss of consciousness
- Memory loss – particularly of the event itself or day of the event
- Loss of muscle control or weakness, vision issues, ringing in the ears and changes in speech
- Trouble concentrating, difficulty making decisions, sensitivity to too much stimuli (light, sound, colors)
- Personality and behavioral changes and mood swings
The amount and type of care you or your loved one receives can make a difference in the recovery process. We can help you understand what care is available and how to get it.
Work With A Firm That Sets The Bar For Service And Integrity
Whether you meet with us or move forward and have us take your case, you pay nothing out of pocket. Our fees for personal injury victims are contingency-based. This means we only take a fee if we win a settlement or a verdict for you. Call us at our Los Angeles office to set up a meeting: 866-605-6149. You can also reach out to us via our inquiry form. We serve the victims of traumatic brain injuries and their families in California.