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Can Traumatic Brain Injuries Be Treated?

Traumatic brain injuries are some of the most serious, catastrophic, and devastating experiences one can endure. The most severe brain injuries often result in death, while others can leave victims permanently altered for the rest of their lives. Unfortunately, the brain is the singular most important and fragile part of the human body. Upon sustaining a brain injury, the injured victim often can never fully recover or enjoy the life they once had due to a diminished quality of life. Traumatic brain injuries can range in seriousness, varying from mild, moderate, and severe. Mild traumatic brain injuries, though significant, can often be resolved with prompt medical treatment and care. However, the debilitating consequences that follow the most tragic traumatic brain injuries can last a lifetime.

Depending on the nature and severity of the injury, an individual may permanently or habitually suffer from the following symptoms:

  • Physical disabilities including paralysis, sensory loss, vision or balance problems, impaired motor function, etc.
  • Cognitive issues such as difficulty concentrating, memory loss, slurred speech, confusion, etc.
  • Behavioral or personality changes such as mood swings, irritability, insomnia, etc.
  • Emotional consequences such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, etc.

Suffering from a Brain Injury & Seeking Trusted Counsel? Contact Our Prominent Firm Today

Few things are as devastating to an individual and their loved ones as suffering a traumatic brain injury due to the negligence or recklessness of another. When this happens, there is no time to waste in fighting for the justice you deserve. With our distinguished and compassionate legal team at Klein Frank, P.C. on your side, rest assured you are in the hands of excellent legal advocates who won’t give up on you or your rights.

To schedule an initial case evaluation with a skilled representative of our firm, don’t hesitate to contact us by calling 303.448.8884.

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