How do traumatic brain injuries occur?

When accidents occur, people can become injured. Victims of accidents have the right to seek the liability of an injured party. They may want to find who is responsible for their injuries and hold them accountable. They are able to do so. As accidents become more serious, they can have more serious effects on individuals by causing more serious injuries. For certain accidents of a serious nature, individuals can suffer brain damage due to the incident that occurred. A traumatic brain injury can happen in a motor vehicle accident and in other circumstances that can cause enough harm to do this much damage. When these incidents occur, medical bills can cause financial difficulty. Traumatic brain injuries require surgery and constant medical attention. With procedures and medical care, bills can become too expensive for some people to bear. Before this becomes the case, they should seek liability on behalf of a responsible party. When a traumatic brain injury is sustained, the individual that suffered it may never live a normal life again. Their life can now be changed forever. They could be in a state of comatose or lose some kind of mental capacity. These injuries can be devastating to the victim and their loved ones.

Can I seek damages?

Victims suffering from a traumatic brain injury can seek damages from a responsible party. This responsible party could have acted in a negligent manner that caused an accident to occur where this individual was injured. The responsible party should be deemed necessary by proving negligence. If a victim compiles evidence to support their case, they may gain compensation that is entitled to them. This compensation can come in the form of economic and non-economic damages. Through this compensation, the injured party can provide for the care they need. They can recover money for surgeries that may be life-sustaining. They can pay for medical care that monitors their brain activity and if there is any improvements. They may even be paid for the pain and suffering that they endured. Receiving a traumatic brain injury can be a painful experience. This should be accounted for when damages are to be paid to the injured victim.

The experienced personal injury and medical malpractice attorneys at Trombly & Singer, PLLC are prepared to represent clients facing legal matters after being injured due to another person’s negligence. If you require strong legal representation in Washington D.C. or Maryland, contact our firm today to schedule a consultation.