Brain Injury Attorneys

Types of Brain Injury

A brain injury or head injury can have devastating and life-altering consequences not only for the individual who suffered the injury but also for their family. For decades the experienced head injury attorneys of Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen have represented victims of mild, moderate and severe brain injuries. Click on any of the menu items to the left to learn more about the different types of brain injury that can occur.

Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys

A Traumatic Brain Injury ( TBI ) can have serious consequences for both the injured person and his family. The life of someone who has suffered a traumatic brain injury may be altered forever.

The traumatic brain injury attorneys at Allen and Allen are experienced in protecting the rights of people who have suffered a traumatic brain injury through the negligence of others. We help both the victim and their families through the myriad of legal questions they are faced. Our traumatic brain injury lawyers have worked with the families after the death of loved one who suffered a brain injury.

What is a Traumatic Brain Injury?

A traumatic brain injury or TBI occurs when there is damage to the brain caused by trauma. This is a complex injury that can have a broad range of symptoms and disabilities. Traumatic brain injuries are unique to each individual suffering the damage. Each brain injury is different. Click here to reach about the types of TBI. Symptoms may appear immediately or may not be present for days or weeks after the injury. In some cases of mild traumatic brain injury, the person suffering from a TBI may not realize that a brain injury has occurred.

A Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Mild traumatic brain injuries are classified if loss of consciousness and/or confusion and disorientation is shorter than 30 minutes. The individual may have cognitive problems such as headache, memory problems, trouble paying attention, difficulty thinking clearly, mood swings and frustration. Mild traumatic brain injuries are commonly overlooked but the effect on the family and the injured person can be devastating. Our traumatic brain injury attorneys are experienced in cases involving mild TBI. They can work with medical experts to assist with diagnosis, treatment and recovery.

A Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

A severe traumatic brain injury is associated with significant trauma to the brain or penetration of the skull. The person may have impairment of higher level cognitive functions or be in a comatose state. Severe traumatic brain injury may result in death. Survivors may suffer abnormal speech or language, loss of thinking ability, emotional problems or limited use of arms or legs. The range of injuries and degree of recovery varies on an individual basis. The long term effects can be profound for the individual and have a significant impact on employment, social interactions and relationships. With the potential financial impacts of employment loss and ongoing medical care, engaging a traumatic brain injury law firm may be an important part of securing your future.

How Can Our Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys Help?

Traumatic brain injury cases can be complex whether the client has suffered a mild traumatic brain injury or a serious traumatic brain injury. The experience of the brain injury attorney is essential in these complex cases. By hiring a traumatic brain injury attorney from Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen to represent you or your family member, you will have an advocate to guide you through this difficult time. Our traumatic brain injury lawyers have handled hundreds of brain injury cases and they work hard to achieve a good monetary settlement or verdict for their client.

Contact Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen today for a free consultation with a traumatic brain injury lawyer. 866-388-6412.