Suffering any form of brain injury from an accident is serious, and usually tragic. When adults or children endure brain damage, doctors don’t know if their behavior will change or whether they will develop some sort of personality or cognitive disorder.
The prognosis, in either case, can be elusive. And the expense of coping with permanent brain damage can run into the millions of dollars in some cases and last the rest of their lives.
Brain injuries can affect a victim’s ability to think, feel, and communicate. They may be closed or open (skull fracture). Learn more signs and symptoms of brain injuries in the below infographic: An Introduction To TBI by Terry Bryant a famous Personal Injury Lawyer.
If you or someone you love has suffered a brain injury due to someone else’s negligence, contact an attorney experienced in litigating brain injury cases to learn about your options.