Closed Head And Traumatic Brain Injuries
Missouri Closed Head Traumatic Brain Injuries - Legal Assistance For Accidents Involving Closed head and Traumatic Brain Injuries
Every year, more than 14,000 people in Missouri suffer a traumatic brain injury. The effects of a traumatic brain injury or a closed head injury can be devastating for the injured person and his or her family.
The Effects of Traumatic Brain Injuries
Sometimes an individual with a traumatic brain injury is no longer the same person. Depending on the severity of the brain injury, he or she may not recognize family members, home or other familiar things. The ability to remember, speak, think, move, walk, talk, etc. may be affected. The ability to work may also be compromised after a traumatic head injury. Sometimes your loved one will experience complete or partial paralysis. In short, their life and your life may be dramatically – and often permanently — changed.
The worry, stress and trauma of the brain injury can be made worse by mounting bills. Costs can quickly add for medical bills, hospital bills, ongoing care, special equipment, therapy, loss of income, loss of future earnings, loss of quality of life and other costs, expenses and damages as a result of the traumatic brain injury accident.
Legal Assistance for Brain Injury Cases
A traumatic brain injury accident can turn life as you knew it upside down in a split second. What if it happened to you or your loved one? Would you know what to do? Who will pay for the medical bills, therapy, rehab, special equipment or lifelong assistance and care? What if the closed head injury patient can no longer work? Who will support him or her or the family? What should you say to insurance adjusters if they call? How do you know the long term effects of the brain injury and what the long term needs might be? Will you be able to care for your loved on your own? Where do you start and how do you handle all the questions and issues that arise? Who would you call for legal assistance?
If you or someone you know has been injured or disabled from a traumatic head injury, a closed head injury, a skull fracture or any other kind of brain Injury, please contact our office, use our convenient Click to Call feature, or simply call us on our toll free number. There is no charge to you for an initial consultation, no pressure and no obligation.
Attorney Aaron Sachs is a member of the Brain Injury Association of Missouri and sat on the Association’s Board of Directors. Aaron and the other injury attorneys at Aaron Sachs and Associates may be able to answer your questions about brain injury claims and/or questions from the brain injured patient or other family members. Please feel free to call us, or you can submit our easy-to-use Do I Have a Case? form.
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Missouri Head Injury Lawyers
Brain injury claims can be complicated cases. That is why it is important when interviewing an attorney to represent you that you ask very specifically if the firm is familiar with brain injury cases, and head injury and closed head injury lawsuits. Aaron Sachs and Associates has provided assistance for people injured in accidents in Missouri for more than a decade, and may be able to help you with a claim.
Traumatic Brain Injury Accidents
Traumatic brain injury can be caused by many different kinds of accidents, such as:
- Vehicle accidents, including car accidents, truck accidents, bus accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents, hit and run accidents or drunk driving accidents.
- On-the-job accidents or injuries.
- A birth injury.
- Or many other kinds of accidents and injuries.
No matter the cause of the head injury, Aaron Wm. Sachs and Associates may be able to help you and your family with a claim for a traumatic head injury. The only way to know if you might have a claim is to call us.
- Aaron Sachs and Associates, P.C.
- Missouri Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyers
- Toll Free (888) 287-1046
Brain Injury Information and Support
There are numerous resources for information and support for brain injury patients and their families including the Brain Injury Association of Missouri and the Missouri Head Injury Advisory Council. Support for you and your family can be very helpful at this difficult time and we encourage you to reach out for help.
Note: Neither the Supreme Court of Missouri nor The Missouri Bar reviews or approves certifying organizations or specialist designations.