Individuals who suffer mild traumatic brain injuries in accidents that are not their own faults are sometimes the most neglected, abused individuals in the medical and legal systems.
I have represented many people who have suffered cognitive deficits and post traumatic headache syndrome after suffering a mild traumatic brain injury.
Because of the fact that the injury is not outwardly visible, and doesn't show up on x-rays or CT scans a lot of times, these cases can present genuine challenges for both the injured person and the personal injury attorney.
I have prepared a short book discussing cases involving mild traumatic brain injury and the role that lay witnesses, such as family members, coworkers, or friends, can have in properly presenting the mild traumatic brain injury so the injured person can get the full measure of damages that they are entitled to in their case.
I understand what you are going through. Take the time to order this book and read it. If you have any questions about your situation or would just like to discuss your situation with me, feel free to give me a call or send me an email.
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