Recovering From A Traumatic Brain Injury
Our brains hold the key to who we are and how we experience the world. When another person’s negligence results in a traumatic brain injury (TBI), it can throw the survivor’s life into confusion and significant stress.
If you or someone you love has been affected by a serious brain injury, it is important to seek qualified legal help as soon as possible to begin protecting your rights. At The Law Offices of Stanley H. Robinson, I help people protect their rights and hold negligent parties accountable when their actions result in TBI.
The Effects Of TBI
A TBI can occur any time a person is struck in the head or experiences extreme movement that causes the brain to impact against the skull. These injuries result in a wide range of symptoms and health issues, including:
- Loss of consciousness
- Impairment of cognitive or mental abilities
- Memory loss
- Disturbed emotional or behavioral functioning
- Convulsions or seizures
- Slurred speech
TBI symptoms can range from mild to severe. It is wise to seek medical attention after any blow to the head — not only to thoroughly catalog and treat your symptoms but also to establish a record of care for evidence in your case.
When Experience Matters
It takes the extensive experience to thoroughly investigate the cause and effects of a brain injury and make an appropriate claim for compensation. Available damages may include:
- Reimbursement for past and future medical expenses
- Compensation for your emotional pain and suffering
- Costs of rehabilitation and any necessary adaptive equipment
- Payment of lost wages for any time you have missed (or will miss) from work
- Reimbursement for any services you can no longer provide (for example, if you had to pay for child care because of the effects of your brain injury)
At The Law Offices of Stanley H. Robinson, I draw on 35 years of experience to fight for every dollar you deserve.
Start Protecting Your Rights Today. Get A Free Consultation.
Nothing can turn back time and undo the pain of your TBI. However, the right attorney can help you pursue justice so you can move forward —
physically, emotionally and financially.
Your first consultation is free, and I accept personal injury cases on a contingency basis. This means I only collect attorney fees as a percentage of any compensation I recover for you. To learn more about your rights and legal options after a brain injury, please contact me online or call 603-729-3368.