Head Injuries and Brain Damage From Accidents
A million Americans are treated and released from hospital emergency rooms each year as a result of traumatic brain injury accidents. Compared to other injuries, an injury to the brain will most likely result in death or permanent disability. If a head injury damages the brain, victims can experience physical, cognitive, behavioral, and emotional impairments ranging from subtle to severe. Some changes are so subtle they are not noticed in the beginning. Until an accident victim or their family identifies changes in behavior, or has an outward physical symptom such as seizures, a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be missed by medical doctors.
A head injury which leads to brain damage, whether mild or severe, is a tragedy for the victim and the entire family. The personal injury lawyers at Action Law Offices take brain injuries very seriously, and understand the potential for long-term disability. With the option of personal visits to your home or hospital, and law offices in Racine/Kenosha, Milwaukee, and West Bend, the Action Law team can accommodate you anywhere in southeastern Wisconsin.