Traumatic Brain Injury
A traumatic brain injury can impair many skills that a person takes for granted such as motor skills, cognitive skills and verbal skills. A traumatic brain injury can greatly diminish the quality of a person's life. An injured person's family will also have to adjust around the impaired skills of their loved one. A person with a traumatic brain injury may not be able to function at the employment level that they once did prior to the injury. The injured person may have to take a lower paying job or be retrained to participate in the workforce.
If a traumatic brain injury is caused due to the fault of another, you will want to seek skilled legal representation. An experienced attorney is one who can evaluate the case and properly value a person's injury. At Herrick & Hart, we have been assisting the injured for over 70 years. We offer a free consultation on personal injury cases.