A TBI Can Change Your Life

A traumatic brain injury can happen through medical malpractice, such as a mistake made during surgery, or in a violent event, such as a car accident. Some traumatic brain injuries are open and others are closed, meaning that there may be varying levels of external damage. However, the internal damage to the brain tissue and neurons can be extensive, and full healing is not always possible after a TBI.

Here at Carroll & Turner, P.S.C., we offer free personal injury consultations so that Monticello victims and their families can learn about all of their options during such a difficult time. Our team of attorneys has more than 50 years of combined legal experience, and we are well-known for our track record of success here in Kentucky. We are a client-centric firm, and we work hard to get fair compensation for every claim.

What Are The Symptoms Of A Traumatic Brain Injury?

The symptoms of a TBI depend on the severity, but they could include physical issues like headaches, dizziness, balance problems, fatigue or vomiting. There are also sensory symptoms, such as a ringing in the ears or blurry vision, along with cognitive symptoms like memory problems, mood swings, the onset of depression or an entire loss of consciousness. The exact symptoms of a TBI depend on the part of the brain that is injured and the severity of the injury.

No matter what symptoms you have, you can see how expensive this may be. The symptoms could persist for months or last for life, leading to long-term healthcare needs. They could also change your personal relationships or your ability to work, impacting your immediate earnings and your earning capacity.

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If you have suffered injuries and are seeking compensation, the path to do so can be complex, but our experienced team is here to help. Feel free to get in touch with us through the contact link or simply by dialing 606-930-4434 to set up your free consultation with an experienced Kentucky lawyer.