Outstanding Results In Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation In Nebraska
Thousand of individuals each year are victims of head trauma. Friedman Law Offices represents victims of head trauma, including those resulting in traumatic brain injury. Traumatic brain injury, also called TBI, can occur as a result of a sudden force or trauma, rapid acceleration/deceleration or what is called contra-coup.
Medical professionals should evaluate anyone with a head injury to determine if he or she has suffered a TBI. Symptoms can be delayed for many hours after an injury.
Physical symptoms may include:
- Loss of balance
- Nausea and/or vomiting
- Blurred vision
Mental/cognitive symptoms may include:
- Short- or long-term memory loss
- Poor judgment
- Concentration difficulties
Emotional symptoms may include:
- Confrontational attitude
- Explosive temper
- Personality changes
- Sleep and appetite disturbances
Some traumatic brain injuries cannot be detected by any type of imaging test such as a CT scan or an MRI. Brain injuries do not necessarily require a loss of consciousness.
TBIs can be life-threatening, resulting in permanent, irreversible damage to the brain. Severe TBIs usually result in impairments with obvious, profound symptoms. Milder cases can be more difficult to detect, but they still have long-term effects on a person’s economic and personal life.
If you or a loved one is the victim of a TBI due to the negligence or intentional conduct of another person, contact the experienced attorneys at Friedman Law Offices. We have handled hundreds of TBI cases and have the knowledge, understanding and skills to maximize recovery for those suffering from TBI. We also are compassionate and understand the needs and special handling of individuals with TBIs.
If you have suffered a head injury due to the actions of another person, contact Friedman Law Offices, Nebraska traumatic brain injury lawyers. Our office is in Lincoln, but we successfully advocate for clients throughout Nebraska. You can contact us online or at 888-419-6876 for an immediate evaluation of your case. There is no cost for an initial consultation.