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Morgan and Morgan has an army of brain injury attorneys who can represent you or a loved one impacted by such an injury. Some of our most notable verdict and settlements for brain injury victims throughout the nation include $38 million for a mother whose child suffered a brain injury during birth and $1.5 million for a traumatic brain injury victim. If you've been impacted by such an injury, get in touch with us today. Our Covington brain injury attorney might be able to help.

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Get answers to commonly asked questions about our legal services and learn how we may assist you with your case.

  • What Is a Brain Injury?

    A brain injury is an injury that occurs when something, usually an external force, causes damage to the brain. Such an injury often leads to temporary or permanent impairment of cognitive, physical, or emotional functions.  

  • Impact of a Brain Injury on the Victim

    The impact of a brain injury can be life-changing. Physically, you might experience the following:

    • Constant headaches
    • Dizziness
    • Fatigue
    • Coordination problems

    The cognitive effects of such an injury can include memory loss, difficulty concentrating, and impaired judgment. Emotionally, you may face mood swings, anxiety, depression, and even personality changes.

    As a result, these effects can disrupt your daily life, making it hard to work, maintain relationships, and engage in social activities.

    The long-term effects are even more difficult to live with. Severe brain injuries can lead to permanent disabilities, the need for ongoing care and support, and emotional and financial strain on victims and their families.

  • Is Treatment of Brain Injury Expensive?

    Treating a brain injury can be incredibly expensive. Initial costs include emergency care, hospitalization, and surgery. These expenses can quickly add up, especially if intensive care or multiple procedures are needed. Beyond the immediate medical bills, long-term rehabilitation is often necessary. Just to give you some perspective, the injured may need different kinds of therapy, including but not limited to physical, occupational, and speech therapy. Each of these treatments can be costly and require a prolonged financial commitment.

  • Why You Should File a Claim

    Filing a claim is important, mainly because you want to obtain the compensation you need to cover the extensive costs associated with a brain injury. Compensation can help pay for medical expenses, rehabilitation, and ongoing care. As a result, it eases the financial burden on you and your family.  

    Beyond financial relief, filing a claim holds the responsible parties accountable for their actions. Knowing that those at fault are being held responsible can provide a sense of justice and closure. 

  • Get a Free Case Evaluation

    As someone who's been impacted by a brain injury, you may be able to recover compensation for the financial and personal impact of the injury. These include but are not limited to medical expenses for immediate and ongoing treatment, rehabilitation costs, necessary medical equipment or home modifications, lost wages and earning potential, and pain and suffering. To find out if you have a viable claim, contact us today for a free case review.

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