Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer: What to Do After TBI

Logan Quirk | 888-981-1320 | Free Consult

"Any injury to the brain is traumatic."

Logan Quirk is a traumatic brain injury (TBI) lawyer based in Los Angeles, California. In this video, he explains the basics of traumatic brain injuries, or TBIs. If you or a loved one is suffering from one, contact lawyer today to schedule a free consultation and learn more about your legal rights.

To learn more, contact Logan directly by calling 888-981-1320 or by submitting a contact form on this page. There is no fee to discuss a potential case, and no out-of-pocket attorney fees if he decides to proceed with a claim.

Key Takeaways from Logan Quirk:

Brain injuries can happen in a variety of ways, including but not limited to vehicle accidents, sports injuries, slip and falls, military combat, and physical assault. Brain injuries are serious; if there is any chance someone may have suffered an injury to the head or neck it is important to seek medical care right away.

Concussions are a form of brain damage.

One of the most commonly discussed and understood types of brain damage are concussions. These can range from mild to severe, but all should be treated with extreme care. As Quirk says, any injury to the brain is traumatic. The Glasgow Coma Scale can diagnose the severity of a brain injury. Certain age groups face a heightened risk of TBI. Young children, young adults 15-24, and older adults 60+ are more at risk of sustaining permanent damage from a TBI.

Watch for certain symptoms of TBIs.

Forgetfulness, feeling foggy, a headache, repeating yourself, emotional changes, and irritability are some symptoms which could indicate that a brain injury has occurred. Family members or friends may be the first to notice these symptoms, as they are not always immediately apparent to the injured party.

Brain injuries can occur without a strike to the head.

Although it's easy to picture brain injuries occurring from some kind of blunt force trauma to the head and this is certainly the case for some TBI's, even severe whiplash from a car accident can cause brain trauma. TBI cases are complex and often occur in expected ways. Due to the severity of this type of injuries, lawyer often end up working with relatives and loved ones of TBI victims. This makes TBI cases both challenging and rewarding.

Help is available.

Victims of traumatic brain injuries can seek help from physical therapists, neurologists, and traditional therapists. Most personal injury attorneys are familiar with the best brain injury resources in the area, and they can help victims seek treatment. If you or a loved one have suffered a TBI, you need an experienced brain injury attorney. These cases are emotionally exhausting and legally complex. When seeking a lawyer to explore a brain injury case, ask about their experience handling TBI claims.

To learn more, contact Logan directly by calling 888-981-1320 or by submitting a contact form on this page. There is no fee to discuss a potential case, and no out-of-pocket attorney fees if he decides to proceed with a claim.

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