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Brain Injury Lawyer in Los Angles

Sometimes, head impact trauma results in mild or severe brain injuries leading to temporary or permanent brain damage. Brain damage trauma can be brought about by a number of factors, including catastrophic accidents involving serious injuries to spinal areas around your neck, back and even ribs as well medical malpractice.  Doctor negligence or car accidents, motorcycle accidents, sport accidents, and workplace accidents that result in mild or severe brain damage can have a devastating impact on both the victim and the victim’s family.  In many cases, a brain injury could have been mitigated or avoided altogether if someone had not been negligent or reckless.

Some Causes of Brain Damage

As we have shared, brain damage can be caused by a number of reasons.  The brain in a delicate, important organ that assists in leading a fulfilling enriched life. Often, a victim of brain damage will experience the loss of the ability to perform certain physical and/or mental functions. Brain damage can occur at any age and the elderly and very young might be more susceptible to particular types of brain injuries.

A few causes of brain damage include:

  • Smashed skull
  • Trauma to the head, such as a hit when playing sports
  • Shaken baby syndrome
  • Domestic violence
  • Skull Fracture from bike and motorcycle accidents
  • Amusement park accidents
  • Birthing related injuries
  • Assault and battery, such as by a police officer or bouncer at a bar

There are many more causes of injuries to the brain and an experienced Los Angeles brain injury lawyer can go over them with you in detail, helping you determine if you have a potential case.  Whether your brain injury was a result a health professional’s negligence or another person’s recklessness, you might be able to recover financially.

What are Traumatic Brain Injuries

The brain plays a major role in our everyday lives, including allowing us to perform our jobs and support our families. However, your ability to take care of yourself and/or your family can change in an instant as a result of a traumatic brain injury. Sadly, at 1.4 million brain injury victims each year, traumatic brain injuries are a leading cause of death and disability. Many of these injuries could possibly be prevented by proper medical care and observing general safety regulations.

The victim of a brain injury will likely have to pay thousands of dollars in medical and health bills.  Depending on whether the injury is temporary or permanent, you might need to obtain full-time care for the victim.  Additionally, changes to the victim’s living situation might need to be made, and none of this comes cheap.

The medical community has established three classifications for brain injuries:

  • Mild brain injury: usually causes subtle problems that can be difficult to detect. Symptoms might include changes in personality and memory, fatigue, headaches, vision problems, insomnia, dizziness, depression, or seizures.
  • Moderate brain injury: A moderate brain injury can cause loss of consciousness that lasts from several minutes to several hours. Confusion can last for weeks or months. Mental or physical impairments may last for months or could be permanent.
  • Severe brain injury: can cause loss of consciousness or mobility for days, weeks, months, or permanently. The victim can be in a coma, vegetative state, or paralyzed.

Brain and spinal cord injuries are two of the most devastating and traumatic events a person can experience. These catastrophic injuries can permanently change the lives of victims and their families and require a lifetime of medical intervention and care. If you or a loved one has suffered a brain or spinal cord injury, it is essential that you contact an experienced attorney at once. It is vitally important that your attorney understands the medical and legal complexities of this type of personal injury case. At The Trial Law Offices of Bradley I. Kramer, M.D., Esq., our principal attorney has the additional expertise of being a licensed physician and surgeon. Our goal is to recover compensation to provide completely for the needs of the injured victim.

Whatever reason you or your loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury or brain damage, the skilled doctors turned lawyers at BIK Law are available to discuss your potential case with you at no cost. We understand the physical and emotional consequences of brain damage and will fight aggressively to help you recover the financial compensation you or your loved one deserves. For more information on brain injuries and your legal rights, contact us today.