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  • Smalley v. Koch Industries; Koch Pipeline - a wrongful death case
  • Waldrip v. U-Hall - a personal injury case
  • Wiles v. Ford Motor Company - a products liability case
  • Bjerke v. Pierce Mortuary
  • Kahl v. Licker - a wrongful death case
  • Knight v. Dr. Steele & East Texas Anesthesiology
  • Kenyon v. Jerry Mooty, Jr. - a personal injury case
  • Avance v. H.B. Zackry Co. et al. - an automobile accident case
  • Burns v. Caterpillar - a products liability case
  • Skrine v. Victory Gym & Fitness - a personal injury case
  • Castleman v. America's Favorite Chicken - a work injury case
  • Pinales v. HI LITE Industries - a chemical injury case
  • Ogburn v. Sanmina-SCI Corporation - a personal injury case
  • Dunlap v. Excel Corporation - a personal injury case
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What makes brain injuries so challenging to treat?

Traumatic brain injury symptoms include stretches of unconsciousness, amnesia or both; dulled cognitive abilities, like reduced attention span, weakness in limbs, impaired coordination and difficulty maintaining balance, damaged vision and hearing loss, and emotional disorders like anxiety, depression, aggressive impulses, and even personality changes.

The brain is the most powerful of the organs of the human body, but it is also one of the most delicate. It can be easily injured by various forms of head trauma, ranging from simple concussions to penetrative wounds, and when the injury takes place the short and long-term consequences can have a significant effect on the life of the injured individual as well as his or her immediate family.

As you may imagine, a person afflicted with some of these symptoms can find it challenging to land a job or to keep one. This can lead to compound effects including the loss of employment and reduced income earning potential at the same time that medical treatment and rehabilitation costs connected to the brain injury -- including highly specialized medical facilities and personnel -- take their toll on the household budget. It is not uncommon for traumatic brain injury recovery to last for years or even for the remainder of the victim's life.

Given this "double-whammy" effect of reduced earning ability coupled with high treatment costs, it becomes easier to see why settlements as well as jury awards for traumatic brain injury legal claims can tally up into hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars, even before additional forms of compensable harm such as loss of consortium and support, pain and suffering and even exemplary damages are taken into account.

The stakes are frequently high when seeking the maximum compensation for a brain injury to you or to a loved one. Accordingly, when considering legal representation for a traumatic brain injury caused by another person in Texas, you well be well served to seek a personal injury law firm that works with brain injury clients and claims as a staple of its practice. Given the need to receive the best medical treatment possible and how expensive that treatment can be, you cannot afford to work with anything less than highly experienced legal counsel.

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