North Highlands Brain Injury Attorney
Among the most serious and devastating injuries I have seen in my 30+ years of practicing personal injury law are traumatic brain injuries. A traumatic brain injury, or TBI, is loosely and generally defined by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) as: “when a sudden trauma causes damage to the brain.” However, I know that description does not give any justice to the life changes that a TBI victim goes through, nor does it allude to the pain and suffering a victim endures.
Hi, my name is Ed Smith, and I have been serving North Highlands brain injury victims and their families for more than three decades now. I am also the founder of www.autoaccident.com, the most comprehensive personal injury website on the internet. I only take on the most serious cases that come my way so that I can focus on getting each and every one of my clients the maximum amount of compensation for their injuries.
If you or someone you love has suffered a brain injury, you are probably just as confused as many of my past brain injury clients were. It is difficult to know who to turn to when you know you need legal representation, but every attorney you hear about is bragging and boasting about how they are “the best personal injury attorney.”Not Everyone Can Be “The Best Attorney”
Not everyone can be the best attorney, so that just makes finding excellent legal representation all the more confusing, especially when you are trying to recover from a debilitating injury like a traumatic brain injury – or you are helping a family member recover from a TBI.
I am sure that you have questions about your case, and I would like to find out if I can help answer your questions. Please call me at 916-921-6400 or toll free at 800-404-5400 for free and friendly advice, with no obligation. You can also contact my office online and I will call you as soon as I possibly can.
If you are still not sure about calling me, continue to read the detailed information I have provided about head trauma and brain injuries. Some of your questions might even be answered in the information I have put together for you below.
Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), or head injuries, often occur as a result of serious accidents, and are particularly frequent in car accidents. Vehicle collisions often involve significant forces that jostle the head and neck around, resulting in concussions, minor TBIs and serious head trauma. These injuries are not visible to the eye, but they can leave the victims – and their families – with long-term effects.
Victims with brain injuries may suffer permanent and long-term symptoms that include:
- Short- and long-term memory loss;
- Mood swings;
- Loss of cognitive functions.
Victims may not always be aware of the symptoms that they are experiencing are connected to a TBI. Quite often, it is the family and friends of the injured person who are first to realize that something is significantly wrong.
Traumatic brain injuries often require extremely long recovery times. They also require countless visits to doctors, and usually to specialists, as well. Medical procedures, surgery, therapy, and much more may be incorporated in the treatment plan toward recovery. This type of injury can pile up the medical bills at a phenomenal rate. A TBI victim’s quality of life is typically diminished tremendously, resulting in severe emotional distress, let alone the pain and suffering that is involved.Common North Highlands Brain Injury Causes
A large number of brain injuries are the result of negligence that causes an accident to occur. Just about any type of accident can result in a TBI. Common accidents that can cause brain injuries include:
- Car accidents;
- Motorcycle accidents;
- Pedestrian accidents;
- Bicycle accidents;
- Truck accidents;
- Birth injuries and medical errors;
- Workplace accidents.
TBIs typically range in severity. Some are considered mild, such as concussions, while others are considered severe, when permanent brain damage occurs and leads to the victim losing cognitive abilities that last their entire lifetime, or that may even result in wrongful death.
Some of the more common types of brain injuries include:
- Lack of oxygen to brain;
- Fractured skull;
- Dizziness and vertigo;
- Brain bleed;
- Loss of memory;
- Loss of cognitive abilities;
- Impaired or diminished sensation.
If you or someone you love has suffered a brain injury that was the result of someone else’s negligence, it is vital to choose an experienced brain injury attorney to handle your case. The difference between a new brain injury attorney and a seasoned brain injury attorney could cost you hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of dollars.
I am a proud member of the Brain Injury Association of America, and I am not stretching the truth when I say that I have handled many TBI cases throughout my history of helping seriously injured clients. In fact, I exclusively handle, and focus all of my time and energy on, serious personal injury cases. I understand how to evaluate, prove, and win brain injury cases.
I will not claim to be “the best” personal injury attorney, but I will advise you to take a look at our past clients’ reviews on Yelp, Avvo, and Google Plus before you choose an attorney to handle your brain injury case. I would also recommend you do the same for any other attorney you are considering and compare the personal injury attorneys that you are considering for yourself.
I’m Ed Smith, a North Highlands Brain injury attorney. Brain injury cases are no joke. You need someone who is highly experienced in specifically handling brain injury cases in California. If you want to discuss your legal options, call me today at 916-921-6400 or toll-free at 800-404-5400 for free and friendly advice.
Visit my website: www.autoaccident.com.