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| Apr 19, 2017 | Brain Injury

Being involved in a serous accident can alter a person’s life in an instant. When an accident victim suffers a severe injury, such as a head trauma, that person could suffer short and long-term affects. A traumatic brain injury could result in a lifetime of pain and suffering and ongoing medical treatments. Such a situation is emotional and challenging for victims and their loved ones.

While brain injuries can range in severity and type, the reality is that when a person suffers an injury to the brain life will be impacted in some serious ways. Even a mild traumatic brain injury can present difficulties with short-term memory, cognitive issues, headaches, changes in personality and other health problems. At our law firm, we understand the physical, emotional and financial pain that brain injury victims endure. We are dedicated to serving residents in the Billings area, helping them navigate their legal recourses following a brain injury.

A brain injury can be caused in a wide variety of unfortunate events, such as a car accident, truck crash, motorcycle collision, drunk driving accident, slip-and-fall accidents, oil field accidents and incidents of nursing home abuse and neglect. No matter the cause, we will work hard in an attempt to uncover the evidence needed to prove what caused the injury and who was at fault.

A brain injury, no matter how severe, will require medical treatment. In some cases, victims will require ongoing treatments, medications, rehabilitation and even surgery. The recovery process can be lengthy and costly. Seeking a personal injury claim could help an injured party recover compensation. This can offset the financial hardships caused by medical bills, lost wages and other related damages.

To learn more, please visit our law firm’s brain injury website. It can be a long road to recovery following a brain injury. However, those harmed at the hand of a negligent party might have recourses available to them.


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