Brain Injuries/Spinal Cord Injuries
Brain Injuries & Spinal Cord Injuries in Georgia
The overall damage to people’s lives that result from brain injuries and spinal cord injuries can go beyond the high costs of medical bills for immediate treatment. Victims of these traumatic injuries may face incredible challenges in their daily lives and financial welfare. Some common causes include slip and fall accidents, auto accidents, and assault. Any damage to the spinal cord or brain may lead to damage to a person’s central nervous system. If you’ve suffered one of these injuries, the long-term effects may leave you unable to work or perform daily tasks due to impairment or disability. Taps & Associates is a law firm whose attorneys offer Georgia clients the best possible chance of recovering compensation for their injuries in Metro Atlanta, Columbus, and throughout the state. Our ample experience in these cases, paired with attention to detail and genuine compassion for our clients’ situations, ensures adept counseling and representation. We have a 95-percent win rate because we provide legal expertise that conclusively holds the responsible party liable for the damage they’ve caused.
Symptoms & Effects of Brain & Spinal Cord Injuries
A traumatic brain injury may be due to any blow to the head, which requires timely medical care to treat the injury. Victims may experience symptoms like loss of memory or consciousness, as well as confusion or disorientation. Other common symptoms include fatigue, dizziness, headache, vomiting, and problems with vision, hearing, or speech. Fatality from spinal cord injuries is less common as brain injuries. The spinal cord is a pathway of nerves sending signals from the brain, down the spine, and to various parts of the body. These nerves control our body’s motor and sensory functions, so a spinal cord injury will typically lead to sensory or mobility loss in areas located below the injury.
Damages to a Person’s Life
Suffering a brain or spinal cord injury can result in a multitude of damages to a person’s life, including the following:
- Ambulance and Hospitalization Expenses
- Immediate Intensive Medical Treatments, such as Surgery
- Long-Term Physical Therapy
- Ongoing Rehabilitative Treatments
- Psychiatric Care or Emotional Counseling
- Home and Activity Adaptation and Modification
- Lost Income from Work
Get Rightful Compensation for Your Injuries
Taps & Associates understands the pain and suffering that come with brain injuries and spinal cord injuries, as well as the financial impact. Our attorneys will pursue the liable parties in your case and make sure you get the compensation you’re entitled to after such a traumatic accident. Reach out to us today to discuss your case with one of our attorneys.