Traumatic Brain Injuries
Traumatic Brain Injury Claims
Traumatic brain injury has been identified as a health epidemic by the World Health Organization and the United States Centers for Disease Control.
Each year in the U.S., 1,000,000 people suffer concussions; 300,000 of these result in serious, long term injuries.
Statistics show that 33% of concussions are missed in emergency room examinations. One reason for this is that mild traumatic brain injury does NOT show up on a CT scan or an MRI.
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The Effects of Traumatic Brain Injuries
A brain injury can have disastrous effects on a person’s health as well as their day-to-day functioning. At Wham & Rodgers, PLLC, we get to personally know all of our clients, which allows us to better understand their situation and the challenges they face following their accident. Using this evidence, we develop an aggressive strategy to pursue relief and hold the responsible parties accountable.
A mild traumatic brain injury is defined as a brief period of being "dazed or disoriented," or a brief loss of consciousness.
TBI can have serious and long-lasting symptoms, especially in persons who have sustained a previous concussion.
Symptoms include fatigue, headaches, blurred vision, concentration problems, forgetfulness, depression, extreme frustration, and personality changes.
A qualified neuropsychologist can perform testing to assess brain function deficits, and can recommend a therapeutic program to help patients cope with this life-changing injury.
At Wham & Rogers, PLLC, we understand the difficulties and emotional turmoil you may be facing when your life is impacted by a brain injury.
That’s why we work hard for our clients, placing their needs first in each case, and fighting aggressively to recover the compensation they deserve.
Our elite husband-and-wife team have assisted numerous residents of Texas with personal injury claims, including brain injuries and know what it takes to secure results for our clients.
Catastrophic brain injuries inflict long-lasting effects on a victim’s ability to:
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Losing these abilities can cause someone to lose their job and even their independence. Our award-winning The Woodlands personal injury attorneys have worked tirelessly for our injury clients through more than 60 years of combined experience. Their dedication has allowed them to secure more than $50 million for our clients, including several million and multi-million-dollar awards. We’re ready to hear your story and, if necessary, diligently pursue the recognition your injury deserves before the law.
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