The human body was not meant to function without a properly working brain. The brain controls a person's mood, personality, bodily functions and movement. While the body protects the brain as best as it can, there are many situations where a brain injury occurs. Whether a person's brain is injured in a car accident, a workplace injury or at birth, the results are the same -- diminished capacity.
People with serious brain injuries often need around the clock care. They require expensive and time consuming medical care and rehabilitation just to live as normal of a life as possible. Sometimes, people never regain full function following a brain injury. While the long-term prognosis of those living with traumatic brain injuries has improved in recent years through medical advancements, overall, these injuries are still devastating.
If you or a loved one has suffered from a brain injury, legal assistance may be required. An attorney can help people understand their right to compensation when the brain injury was caused by another person's negligence. In these situations, it can be very important to understand all your legal rights because these injuries are so costly.
Our firm is experiencing in holding people accountable for a brain injury. With 75 years of experience, our firm can advocate for the rights of Nashville residents. As people focus on their physical recovery, we can gather evidence and follow legal protocols. We can ensure that important deadlines are met and that details are not overlooked. In these cases, people can often get the money they need to pay for their care following an overwhelming accident. For more information on the legal consequences of brain injuries, please see our website.