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A severe brain injury can require extensive long-term care

| Feb 12, 2016 | Brain Injury

A severe brain injury can result from any number of causes, from a work-related incident or even a serious car accident. Previously, this blog discussed the dangers faced by pedestrians in the community as two separate individuals were stuck by motor vehicles in Billings. While some accidents result in trauma to individuals’ bones and muscles, others cause serious harm to their brains and other organs.

At the Edmiston and Colton Law Firm, we represent individuals who have suffered serious head trauma and severe brain injuries. Our attorneys provide legal support and guidance to accident victims that are facing unique medical problems following a serious accident.

After a head injury, a person may require long-term care in order to recover from his or her accident. Whether an individual is in a coma or not, the costs associated with treatment and rehabilitation can be overwhelming. Medical bills can become a financial burden to someone who has been made the victim of a severe brain injury. Moreover, in the wake of the accident, a victim may not be sure of how they will ever find stability with their serious injuries and related debts.

Though every case is different, individuals who have suffered losses as a result of head and brain injuries often have opportunities to pursue their damages in court. Regardless of whether a responsible party is facing criminal sanctions for the actions that led to the victim’s injuries, a victim can often sue that individual in civil court for the losses he sustained.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s brain injury website. The aftermath of a brain trauma can be life altering for the victim and their loved ones. It is important to understand what options are available so you can take steps to protect your rights and seek financial compensation for your injuries and losses.

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