Kansas City Brain Injuries Attorneys
Helping Kansas & Missouri TBI Victims
Suffering a traumatic brain injury (TBI) usually has a serious effect on a person's life, even if the injury is relatively mild. For example, a person with a mild TBI may appear to have retained all physical and cognitive abilities, but is experiencing depression and personality changes.
Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C. represents TBI victims and their families in personal injury claims. We understand the difficulties these injuries can cause for the entire family. Brain damage is often irreversible and results in a permanent change to a person's lifestyle, relationships and ability to accomplish daily tasks. Consequently, you may need compensation to move forward.
For a free initial case consultation with our Kansas City brain injuries lawyers, call our firm at (816) 307-0056 or contact our firm online.
Brain Injury, Disability & Long-Term Consequences
A traumatic brain injury can be difficult to diagnose because the effects are not always immediately apparent. In fact, it can take weeks or even months after the accident for symptoms to become apparent.
Some common causes of TBI include:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle and ATV accidents
- Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
- Workplace accidents
- Slip-and-fall accidents
The effects of TBIs may include dizziness, headaches, depression, changes in personality, post-concussion syndrome, and amnesia, among others. Normal motor functions and speech patterns can also be seriously impaired. In severe cases, the results can lead to comas or even wrongful death.
Seek Compensation for Medical Care
Injured victims often need long-term medical care, including regular rehabilitation from speech experts, therapists, or neurologists. They may also require nurse care or other homes service care that is not only expensive for families but may need to be handled by a trained medical professional.
You will need compensation to cover long-term care as well as lost income and monthly expenses. Our Kansas City brain injury attorneys will fight hard to recover the damages your family needs. Please call our office at (816) 307-0056 to schedule a free initial case consultation with our caring team.