Brain Injury

Chicago Brain Injury Lawyer

Fighting for the Seriously Injured with 60+ Years' Experience

McNabola & Associates, LLC tenaciously advocates for the rights of victims of traumatic brain injuries. If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury in a car accident, trucking accident, slip and fall, medical malpractice or other type of preventable accident, contact our firm immediately to review your legal options. You may be entitled to compensation for out-of-pocket expenses related to your injury, including medical care, rehabilitative care, lost wages and/or earning capacity, in-home nursing care, and more. When someone suffers a brain injury as a result of negligence is to blame for a brain injury, the victim has a right to hold them accountable.

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Long-Term Impacts of Brain Injuries

Traumatic brain injuries occur when the head suffers a direct trauma or violently moved forward and backward or side to side. This can cause bruising and bleeding of the brain and can disrupt the brain’s ability to communicate with other parts of the body. Concussions are the most common type of traumatic brain injury, affecting between 1.6 and 3.8 million people in the U.S. each year.

Traumatic brain injuries are classified by severity and can be considered either mild, moderate, or severe. However, these classifications refer to the severity of symptoms and not to the potential impact the injury has on a person’s life. All brain injuries should be considered serious as patient outcomes are very difficult to predict and can result in permanent symptoms, such as increased risk of depression, seizures, memory problems, changes in personality, and cognitive changes.

Individuals who may have a concussion or other type of brain injury should immediately seek medical attention, as any delay could cause the injury to worsen and increase the chance of serious complications or death. People that sustain direct or indirect head trauma should never delay in seeking medical attention with the hope that their symptoms will go away on their own. Common symptoms of traumatic brain injury include loss of consciousness, nausea, double or blurred vision, confusion, headache, and sensitivity to light and/or sound.

Contact Us Today for a Free Consultation

Obtaining legal help is one of the most important things you can do after sustaining a brain injury. Our Chicago brain injury attorneys are committed to helping victims and families become whole again after an accident. Our goal is to help you receive full and fair compensation for the losses you have suffered and ensure you receive necessary continued care in the future.

To schedule a free initial case review with an attorney at McNabola & Associates, LLC, please call (312) 888-8700.

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