West Virginia Personal Injury Attorney
Representing Victims of Traumatic Brain Injuries
There are a number of different ways in which a brain injury can occur.
Some of the most common reasons include injuries to children during the
birthing process or severe automobile accidents. Although not all brain
injuries are severe, even the ones which are very mild can have an incredibly
detrimental impact on a person's life and future.
You may not even be aware that you suffered a brain injury until some time
has passed after the incident, which is why it is so important to be examined
by a medical professional right away. If you even suspect that you have
suffered a brain injury or you were diagnosed by a doctor, do not hesitate
to retain the services of a skilled West Virginia personal injury attorney
right away. At Berthold Law Firm, PLLC our attorneys and legal staff are
dedicated to helping victims of brain injuries.
today to schedule a free consultation with our West Virginia personal injury lawyers.
The Effects of Traumatic Brain Injuries
A brain injury can happen suddenly and in one moment your entire life can
be altered forever. This type of injury, however severe, can be both physically
painful and emotionally difficult for you and your family. The financial
costs involved in caring for an individual with a traumatic brain injury
are substantial, from the initial medical bills to long-term care, loss
of income, and more. You may be unable to work for quite some time or
ever again, depending on the severity of the injury. This is why it's
vital you enlist the help of a lawyer to win compensation to help cover
Symptoms of a brain injury can range in severity and include:
- Long-term memory loss
- Changes in personality
- Aggressive behavior
- Hostility and irritability
- Blurry vision
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Helping You in Your Time of Need
Be sure to act as soon as you can if you've suffered what you suspect
to be a traumatic brain injury. The statute of limitations for a brain
injury in West Virginia is two years, so it is in your best interest to
get started on a legal claim now. If you or a member of your family has
suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of a negligent driver or
medical practitioner, you should
contact an attorney from our firm at (304) 605-2040 to discuss your case!