Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys
Were You Seriously Injured Due To Someone Else’s Actions?
Our brains control every aspect of the human body, from commanding our heart to keep pumping blood to ordering our arms to pick up the groceries from the trunks of our cars. For as important as this organ is, it’s also among the most delicate. While our skulls provide a considerable amount of protection, sometimes it just takes a slight bump to damage the brain and disrupt its ability to function as needed. The more severe the impact, the more severe the damage and subsequent complications can become. Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are the most severe, and can permanently damage our brain’s ability to function.
Call us at (713) 621-7944 if you were seriously injured due to someone else’s actions.
At Fleming, Nolen & Jez, our brain injury lawyers are committed to providing injured victims with the passionate and knowledgeable legal representation they deserve to secure the compensation they need to cover any damages or medical bills connected to their injury. Since we first opened our doors more than 35 years ago, our lawyers have recovered more than $4 billion in verdicts and settlements for our clients. If you were seriously injured by someone else’s negligent or wrongful actions, contact us today to discuss your case and begin planning your next step.
Symptoms of a TBI
TBI victims may suffer from a number of different symptoms depending on how severe their injury was. However, any brain injury will likely have an effect on your cognitive, mental and physical abilities.
Cognitive and Mental Symptoms:
- Slurred Words
- Serious confusion
- Unusual behavior, including combativeness, agitation, etc.
- Depression or anxiety
- Mood changes
- Concentration and/or memory issues
- Ringing ears
- Blurry vision
- Heightened sensitivity to sound and light
- Bad taste in the mouth
- Changes in your ability to smell
- Dilated pupils
- Seizures and/or convulsions
- Clear fluids dripping out of your ears and/or nose
- Finger and/or toe weakness or numbness
- Difficulty sleeping and/or falling asleep
- Loss of balance and/or dizziness
- Drowsiness and/or fatigue
- Disorientation and / or confusion
- Vomiting and/or nausea
These symptoms can persist for a considerable amount of time past the time of injury, and TBIs can result in unmanageable therapy and medical bills depending on the complexity and severity of your injuries.
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Hire The Legal Team You Need Today
If you were seriously injured due to someone else’s actions, our personal injury attorneys at Fleming, Nolen & Jez may be able to help you fight for and secure the compensation you deserve. With more than three and a half decades of experience, you can rest assured that you’re in good hands when you hire us to represent you. Give us a call at (713) 621-7944 to discuss your case with a member of our firm today, or set up a free case consultation by filling out our online form.