Brain Injuries

Brain Injury Personal Injury Lawyer Atlanta Georgia


Traumatic Brain Injuries are devastating. It is tragic when anyone is seriously injured in an accident that is caused by someone else.  Physical injuries can disrupt someone’s ability to walk, work, care for their families, and conduct their lives.  However, brain injuries affect the injured party’s ability to think and attacks the very essence of who that person is.  If we can’t think, then we really can’t continue to live and relate to our family and friends in the way we enjoyed prior to the brain injury.  In some ways a brain injury if severe is worse than any type of physical injury since it can changes our personality, our ability to relate to others, and our ability to function and make decisions for ourselves.  Broken bones and other physical injuries often fully heal, but traumatic brain injuries often are permanent and devastating.

What types of claims could arise from accidents that cause brain injuries?

  1. Brain Injury Personal Injury Claims;
  2. Brain Injury Wrongful Death Actions;
  3. Brain Injury Workers’ Compensation Claims; and
  4. Brain Injury Social Security Disability Claims:


Problem:  Traumatic Brain Injuries often are undiagnosed:  One of the additional problems injured parties often have is that traumatic brain injuries are often undiagnosed and untreated.  When this occurs, then the plaintiff is often not compensated for the brain injury since it is not documented in the medical records.


What are common symptoms for brain injury cases?  Traumatic brain injuries can range from mild to moderate to severe depending on the severity of the brain injury.  Many of the symptoms of a traumatic brain injury include:

  • Cognitive problems (difficulty thinking and problem solving)
  • Headaches
  • Memory loss
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Mood swings and changes
  • Personality changes (emotional problems)
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Loss of use of arms or legs
  • Abnormal speech or difficulty speaking


Brain Injury Statistics:  How often do brain injuries occur?

  • There are 1.7 million traumatic brain injuries that occur every year in the U.S.
  • Traumatic brain injuries are involved in 30.5% of all injury related deaths in the U.S. every year.
  • 75% of the traumatic brain injuries every year involve concussions or other forms of mild traumatic brain injuries in the U.S.

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