How to Value a Traumatic Brain Injury Case

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If you have been injured through the negligence of another person, valuing your claim can be difficult, especially if you have a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Unlike broken bones that can be revealed in x-rays, not all traumatic brain injuries reveal themselves in radiographic studies. The consequences of TBIs are significant. Pain extends far beyond the physical into the deepest recesses of your mental and emotional functioning. People who have suffered a traumatic brain injury often lose motor skills, cognitive skills, and can experience difficulty in expressing their thoughts. Such disabilities can prevent them from performing their normal daily activities and can hinder their ability to work.

Often, in extreme cases, experienced attorneys enlist the help of experts to develop a life care plan for those who have experienced serious brain injuries. Many brain-injured patients cannot perform normal daily functions without the help of others, so assistant care may be required. Life Care Plan Experts can help evaluate what the patient’s future needs and quantify the cost for such health care.

If you or your loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury, whether mild or severe, contact Miller Law Group. The attorneys at Miller Law Group have extensive experience with cases involving traumatic brain injuries.