Newburgh Brain Injury Attorney
Dreyer Law Offices Helps Clients Recover Compensation in Hudson Valley
An accident that results in a traumatic brain injury (TBI), even a mild TBI, can change your life instantly. Many people believe that a traumatic brain injury means a brain or head injury that renders them completely mentally incapable, but the truth is there are many varying degrees of TBI injuries that can affect you in any number of ways. After an accident, you should be thoroughly examined by medical professionals, but you should also contact a personal injury attorney to learn more about your rights and options regarding collecting compensation for your injuries that you can use toward making a full recovery.
Contact us today at (845) 208-8512 to learn more about TBI and how we can help you during a free consultation.
What Injuries are Considered Traumatic Brain Injuries?
Brain injuries can be the result of many accidents including vehicular accidents and even accidents that occcur as a result of working. While the most common cause of TBI's are car accidents, TBI's sustained as a result of any injury can be equally devastating and can have a life-long impact. There are many classifications for brain injuries including:
- Penetrating Injury
Understanding the type of brain injury sustained can help victims of TBI's and their families understand the impact of the accident on the victims life. Due to the devastating nature of TBI's, victims are often unable to return to the workforce. If the accident that led to the injury was caused by another's negligent behavior, you may be entitled to compensation that can help as you adjust to life after the accident.
Have You Suffered a Serious Head Injury?
Dreyer Law Offices, PLLC is well-versed in handling cases involving all types of traumatic brain injuries. We understand the seriousness of this diagnosis and how it can affect every of your life. Our Newburgh brain injury lawyers bring 75+ years of collective insight and experience handling such claims.
Reach out if you are experiencing the following symptoms related to traumatic brain injury:
- Headaches as well as feeling dazed, confused or disoriented
- Memory or concentration problems
- Dizziness or loss of balance
- Nausea or vomiting
- Blurred vision
- Ringing in the ears
- Bad taste in the mouth
- Mood changes or mood swings
- Extreme anxiety
- Fatigue or drowsiness
- Sleeping more than usual / unable to stay awake
- Difficulty sleeping
- Loss of consciousness
- Inability to multitask
Our head injury attorneys in Hudson Valley can help you pursue a personal injury claim if you have experienced any of the effects of a diagnosed traumatic brain injury due to an accident caused by the negligence of another. We can represent clients who have been hurt in a motor vehicle crash, a slip and fall, work site accident, or any other situation.
Traumatic and Non-traumatic Brain Injuries
A common prevailing myth around Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI’s) is that such an injury is only sustained when someone is hit on the head or knocked unconscious. While these may be common circumstances that can result in TBI’s, whiplash sustained in automobile or motorcycle accidents is another leading cause of brain injury.
Brain injuries resulting from whiplash or other similar injuries can often go unnoticed by first responders and doctors when they occur in low impact accidents. Our attorneys understand the nature of such injuries and the impact they can have on your life. If you have experienced symptoms similar to those found as a result of a TBI, there is a chance you may be suffering from a non-traumatic brain injury. If these symptoms were a consequence of an accident caused by another person’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation.
Call our Team for a Free Consultation
From helping you determine how this injury affects your ability to work to enjoying the rest of your life, we are here to focus on your legal recovery so you can direct your energy toward your health and happiness.
To schedule an appointment with Dreyer Law Offices, PLLC, reach out to our firm today. We offer hospital and home visits and are available to speak with you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Additionally, we accept every injury case on a contingency fee basis.
Call our office today at (845) 208-8512 to set up an initial consultation.