Unless the brain injury is severe, many traumatic brain injuries are difficult to detect in injured victims. The brain, like any other organ in the body, can experience trauma resulting in loss of an important function. Often, these losses can go undetected. Brain damage can involve loss of cognitive ability, emotional dysfunction, anger management issues, among others. Many who suffer brain injuries have recurring migraines, or other headaches that they never had before. In proving brain injuries it is often important to rely on family members and friends who are able to provide critical evidence on how the victim has changed as a result of these injuries.
Ralph the Lawyer will fight for you and your family, getting the compensation you deserve for continued brain injury care and rehabilitation. Brain injury cases are complicated to prove. It takes financial resources to hire the appropriate experts, including vocational and occupational rehabilitation experts, life care planners, economists, and others to prove the brain injury, and set out the damages required for the continued care of the victim for the remainder of their lives.
Ralph has been instrumental in representing former NFL football players in the NFL concussion settlement. Many of these players have never “lost consciousness” as a result of their play in the NFL, yet we are seeing the devastating effects of “sub-concussive” hits on a repetitive basis to the brain. This often leads to conditions such as chronic traumatic encephalopathy, Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s.
If you or a loved one has suffered any impact to the head, you should be checked out by board-certified neurologist. Further testing, including neuropsychological exams, can show whether there have been declines in cognitive ability, long and short-term memory, as well as other brain function.
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