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Traumatic Brain Injuries

North Georgia Traumatic Brain Injuries Lawyers

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs when some type of trauma causes damage to the brain. When a brain injury occurs because of the negligence, carelessness, recklessness, or neglect of another, the victim may sue the person responsible for their brain injury for damages.

Think you have a case?

Traumatic brain injuries can occur as the result of many circumstances, including auto accidents, medical malpractice, slip and falls, product defects, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, swimming pool injuries, nursing home neglect, sports injuries, birth injuries, and more. When the brain suffers a traumatic injury, it can lead to many adverse health effects, including seizures, coma, behavioral/personality changes, mood swings, cognitive impairment, impaired motor skills, trouble speaking or conveying thoughts and ideas, trouble concentrating, memory loss, hearing loss, blindness or vision problems, and death.

What do I need to know?

If you have sustained trauma and suspect traumatic brain injury, you should first get immediate medical attention from a qualified doctor or physician. After they have diagnosed your injuries, contact a legal professional.

How can you help me?

At Leibel Law, we have extensive experience with traumatic brain injury cases. In fact, our founding attorney, Steven Leibel, has served as a commission member of the Georgia Brain and Spinal Trust Fund Commission. We can help you decide whether you have a case, and if you do, we’ll go to bat for you! We can help you receive damages for medical care, medication, rehabilitative services, necessary adaptive equipment, long-term care, lost wages, pain and suffering, and decreased quality of life.

What should I do now?

Discuss your traumatic brain injury case with an attorney at our firm for free. Contact Leibel Law today!

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