A Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a life-altering event, and if a loved one has suffered such an injury due to the negligence of another person or business, we are here to provide assistance. Attorney Steven N. Jones employs rigorous investigation and unwavering determination to construct compelling cases aimed at safeguarding the well-being of our clients. He is committed to tirelessly advocating for you and your family members to secure the compensation you rightfully deserve.
Injuries that inflict trauma on the brain often result in permanent damage or necessitate years of rehabilitation and therapy. We will exhaust every effort to aid your family in seeking the necessary recovery to cover the costs of these often expensive medical treatments, allowing you to focus on healing and moving forward with your life.
If you are dealing with TBI in metro Atlanta, get in touch with Steven Jones Injury Law today.
TBI, frequently referred to as a closed head injury or brain damage, can stem from various causes. Steven Jones Injury Law will steadfastly support you in all cases involving fatal and other severe injuries, including those linked to:
- Swimming pool accidents
- Defective products
- Construction accidents
- General negligence liability
- Hotel and apartment liability
- Premises liability
- Commercial vehicle accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Car accidents
- Trucking accidents
Whether the incident was triggered by a car accident or a violent crime, we are equipped to provide assistance. We are dedicated to helping your loved one seek compensation for traumatic brain injuries and related conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder, concussions, and migraines. Often, head injuries coincide with spinal injuries, brain stem injuries or paralysis, and we are equally prepared to offer robust representation in these cases.
TBI Symptoms Can Appear Months and Years After Your Accident
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a complex and often unpredictable condition that can have long-lasting effects on an individual’s life. While immediate symptoms and challenges may be evident following a TBI, it’s essential to recognize that the impact can extend far beyond the initial injury.
One aspect that can be particularly challenging is the potential for flare-ups or exacerbations of symptoms in the months or even years following the injury. These flare-ups can occur due to various factors, including stress, fatigue, changes in routine, or even seemingly minor head injuries. It’s crucial for individuals who have experienced a TBI and their caregivers to be vigilant and proactive in managing and seeking support for these potential flare-ups.
These delayed symptom exacerbations can be particularly frustrating and distressing for TBI survivors, as they may disrupt progress made during rehabilitation and daily life. They can manifest as a resurgence of cognitive difficulties, emotional challenges, physical impairments, or a combination of these.
Therefore, ongoing monitoring, medical follow-ups, and access to rehabilitation services are essential for individuals with TBI. Additionally, education and awareness within the community and among healthcare professionals are crucial to ensure that those affected by TBI receive the understanding and support they need when facing these often unexpected and challenging flare-ups.
No Matter When, You Can Get Help with Your TBI Case
Even if you started having symptoms of TBI long after your car accident or other traumatic accident, you may still have the opportunity to make a claim. If your symptoms flared up as a result of the original accident that is not your fault, don’t hesitate to seek our help.
Attorney Steven N. Jones is prepared to help you through your TBI case in metro Atlanta and assist you every step of the way. Get in touch with us today to get the legal assistance your case requires.