How We Help
Sometimes you realize that a concussion is causing you serious problems right away, and then other times those issues arise down the road. It is undoubtedly frightening to realize that what initially seemed like a minor injury is becoming a major problem. The fact is, concussions are considered brain injuries and many of them require a great deal of attention and care to heal. We want you to feel supported as you walk this journey of recovery. If you need compensation above and beyond what you may have received, we can help.
Even if you did not lose consciousness when experiencing a head injury, you can still be concussed. Symptoms of concussions include: headache, vomiting, nausea, tinnitus, slurred speech, confusion, dizziness, memory loss and fatigue. With a concussion, these symptoms can come and go, vary in severity, and onset well after the head trauma. Additional symptoms like difficulty concentrating, sensitivity to light and sound, irritability, depression and disturbed sleep, can develop over time. Concussion injuries can be difficult to prove and require ongoing support, so secure our expert help in making your case.
Here are some of the cases we handle and the ways we can help:
- Concussions resulting from car accidents, slips and falls, sports injuries, workplace accidents, or faulty safety equipment
- Support to document and assess the extent of concussion symptoms
- Compensation for missed time at work or school