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Every year, thousands of Texans suffer from traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). There are many different degrees and variations of cranial and brain trauma, but nearly every single one will leave a victim with some form of permanent ailment to their everyday life and function.  A TBI can be caused by any accident in which you hit your head, such as car crashes, work-related accidents and sports injuries.
Virtually any form of contact, whether it be expected or unexpected, can easily result in a lasting effect on the victims brain function and performance.  Sometimes the trauma and complications are immediate and obvious.  A visit to the emergency room with severe brain swelling and intensive care treatment will surely attest to how traumatic a brain injury can be.  However sometimes it isn’t until after the accident, after a checkout and return to a seemingly normal life that complications and defects in one’s well being will arise.

Colley & Colley, LLP won a $2 Million recovery from physician and hospital for neglect in the delivery process, which resulted in brain injury to a newborn.

Victims of TBI suffer from a number of conditions that can be debilitating and life-altering.  Some might be very noticeable and detrimental to virtually all life functions, while author brain injuries result in smaller complications that effect parts of one’s daily routine and interactions.  A severe brain injury can result in:

  • Communication problems
  • Loss of motor skills
  • Inability to understand basic body language
  • Temporary or Permanent Sensory deprivation
  • Reduced or Lost vision or hearing
  • Emotional derailment
  • Permanent personality alteration
  • Sudden and sever character adjustments
  • Cognitive impairment to judgement
  • Loss of basic thought processes
  • Reduced or Lost problem solving skills

Get the Justice You Deserve

When you’ve suffered a traumatic brain injury, you may be entitled to financial compensation. The hardships endured from living with a serious mental obstruction or brain injury coupled with the medical bills that accumulate during treatment and recovery are an understandable large amount of stress that is hard to face alone and empty handed. In many cases, TBI is the consequence of another person’s negligent actions which means they should be help accountable for what they have brought upon the victim and the family of the victim.

A driver who is intoxicated or operating negligent and carelessly can cause a serious accident and should be help liable for the damages they cause, including damages to your brain. Likewise with employers who fail to properly inspect and maintain their workplace before administering jobs and employees to work under hazard. Whenever another party is responsible and plays a poor hand in the jeopardy of the safety of your brain as well as your well being, you deserve to fight for what’s been taken from you.

Colley & Colley, LLP is here to fight for you and your family. Paul Colley Jr. has over 30 years of experience in personal injury law and has been on the list of Texas Super Lawyers since 2003. He has the talent and drive that you need to win your case and receive compensation.

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When you’ve suffered a traumatic brain injury, you need to get legal help. Insurance companies may try to deny your claim or settle with you for less than you deserve. Contact Colley & Colley, LLP today to set up a free consultation and to make sure you receive fair compensation.

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