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Are you – or someone you love – dealing with the aftermath of a brain injury? Was your injury the result of another person’s negligence? You may have a right to compensation. Taylor King Law can help.
Attorneys for Victims of a Traumatic Brain Injury
Brain injuries, like the brain itself, are incredibly complex. Lawsuits relating to Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) are likewise complex and often require the expertise of an experienced brain injury lawyer.
If you suspect you or someone you love may be suffering from a brain injury, our brain injury attorneys in Arkansas and Texas are available to meet with you and help you discuss possible next steps.
What is TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury)?
Brain injuries, unfortunately, are difficult to detect. Symptoms often wait to reveal themselves, sometimes even years later. And the spectrum of symptoms associated with TBI is broad.
Symptoms of TBI range from loss of consciousness to spells of dizziness and consistent headaches. Sleep difficulties including oversleeping or not being able to fall asleep are common, as well.
To learn more about dealing with TBI, as well as how to care for someone who suffered a traumatic brain injury, visit the Brain Injury Association’s website HERE.
If you suspect you or someone you love has suffered damage to the brain, it’s critical to seek the qualified advice of medical experts. A CT scan is the safest and surest way to make certain your loved one is cared for.
TBI Lawyers “On Your Side – By Your Side”
If you or someone you love is dealing with the aftermath of a brain injury, call an attorney. Was your injury the result of another person’s negligent actions? Taylor King Law can help.
Whether you’re dealing with the immediate aftermath of an injury or are concerned you’re experiencing the long-term effects of a prior accident, contact our law firm today. Brain injury victims are entitled to compensation for their injuries and medical expenses in addition to compensation for their pain and suffering.
Initial consultation with an attorney is both FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.