Head and Brain Injuries Lawyer
When a person sustains an injury to their head, the health consequences of this trauma can often prove particularly severe. In fact they must sustain both head and brain injuries, which can result in long-term or permanent disabilities that can seriously affect the way they live their life if the injury is severe enough.
While not all head and brain injuries are the result of someone else’s negligence, the sad reality is that many are. In these cases, the attorneys at Patino Law Firm know just how devastating the repercussions can be. Fortunately, people in McAllen and San Antonio who sustain such injuries at the hands of a negligent party can often seeking retribution and compensation by pursuing legal action against the party responsible for the injury.
Consequences of Head and Brain Injuries
An injury to the head or brain can lead to very serious health problems, especially if an injured individual sustains permanent damage in the incident. These head and brain injuries may cause the following concerns and disabilities:
- Memory loss, including the inability to create new memories
- Severe pain
- Motor disabilities
- Cognitive disabilities
- Language disabilities
- Unexpected changes in behavior
Head and brain injuries may require substantial medical care to eventually overcome or, in case of permanent disability, manage. This medical treatment is often very expensive, but may be covered through a successful injury claim filed against the party responsible for that injured individual’s head and brain trauma. We also help spinal cord injury victims.
Learn More about Head and Brain Injuries from an Attorney
A head or brain injury can leave you and your household struggling to handle the unexpected financial concerns and other repercussions. However, your family doesn’t need to face these problems alone; our legal team at Patino Law Firm can help you understand your options and potentially pursue legal action. Figure out what steps you can take after being unduly injured by contacting us.