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Helping victims take action after suffering a brain injury

Much like no one ever expects to be involved in a serious accident, individuals in Pennsylvania and elsewhere never expect to suffer a serious brain trauma due to an accident. However, due to the negligence and recklessness of others, accident victims and their families could suffer tremendously. A traumatic brain injury (TBI) could impact a victim and his or her loved ones for an extended period of time or even for the rest of their lives.

Because brain injuries have the tendency to cause long-lasting damage, the recovery process can be lengthy and even last a lifetime. Victims might require long-term care, resulting in various treatments, surgeries, Rehabilitation and medications over the course of their life. Such a situation is likely to cause serious financial burdens while an accident victim recovers from a brain trauma or learns to live with the permanent disabilities caused by the brain injury.

At Rosen Louik & Perry, we understand the detriment a traumatic brain injury can cause a victim and their family members, especially when a negligent party causes it. Whether a TBI is suffered in an automobile accident, drunk driving crash, motorcycle collision, workplace accident, a surgery gone wrong or because of oxygen deprivation during childbirth, our experienced attorneys have the skills and resources necessary to pursue a civil action for compensation.

Our legal team understands that the negative effects of a head trauma do not always present themselves initially. In some cases, accident victims are diagnosed with a brain injury weeks, months and even years following an accident. Because of that, we are prepared to help our client navigate their actions and collect the necessary information and evidence from documents such as accident reports, medical records and investigation reports and persons such as witnesses, medical professionals and expert witnesses.

To learn more, check out our brain injury website. A brain injury does not only cause a victim to endure pain and suffering, medical bills and initial damages from the accident but could also result in the need for long-term medical care, loss of projected earnings, Rehabilitation, future medical costs, psychological pain and the loss of the enjoyment of life. Therefore, a personal injury claim could help accident victims suffering a TBI pursue compensation, helping offset the financial hardships caused by the accident.