Do Not Underestimate The Dangers Of Traumatic Brain Injury

Head injuries used to be dismissed as “getting your bell rung,” and were often treated with an ice pack and some rest. In recent decades, however, the public has come to learn just how devastating traumatic brain injuries can be. According to the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, there are about 1.7 million traumatic brain injury cases occurring in the United States each year. Of those, up to 900,000 result in lifelong or long-term disabilities.

If you or a loved one has suffered a TBI due to another party’s negligence, you have the right to pursue compensation for medical bills, lost wages, reduced earning capacity and other damages with the help of an experienced and tenacious attorney. That’s what you can expect when you contact The Ring Law Firm, APLC.

How Brain Injuries Occur And Common Consequences

People suffer a TBI in a variety of common circumstances caused by negligence, including:

  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Pedestrian and bicyclist accidents
  • Slip-and-fall accidents
  • Due to defects in products like helmets (meant for football, baseball, bicycle, etc.) that overstate safety benefits
  • Assault and other violent incidents
  • Due to falling objects

Depending on the force of the impact, brain injuries result in a wide range of symptoms and long-term impairments, including:

  • Severe and persistent headaches
  • Memory loss and difficulty focusing
  • Changes in personality and mood
  • Depression or aggression (even with no prior history of either type of mood disorder)
  • Brain bleeding, coma and even death

Suffering a severe traumatic brain injury is often life-altering in a uniquely devastating way. Unlike losing a limb or being partially paralyzed (both terrible in their own right), a brain injury can fundamentally change a person’s personality and their capacity to think and process information in the way that they used to. Injuries this serious require and deserve significant financial compensation.

A Proven Litigator Who Fights For His Clients

Attorney Bart I. Ring has been aggressively advocating for his clients in and out of the courtroom for 35 years. Whether the defendant in a personal injury suit is a negligent driver or a major corporation, he will not back down or accept less than the best outcome available. Through it all, you can expect individualized attention, professionalism and clear communication at all times.

Speak With An Experienced Personal Injury Lawyer For Free

The Ring Law Firm, APLC, is based in Woodland Hills, California, and is pleased to offer free initial consultations to prospective clients. To learn more about your rights and legal options, call the firm at 818-835-5842 or fill out this online contact form.