Traumatic Brain Injury

If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of a motor vehicle accident or some other accident or act of negligence, the lawyers at AMJ LAW are here to help.

Traumatic brain injury is a very significant injury and often results in memory problems and cognitive defects which include lack of focus, problems sleeping, and personality changes.  Many persons with traumatic brain injury require significant rehabilitation to recover and others never really do completely recover the function they had prior to the accident.

It is complex and can be quite extensive and time consuming to gather the necessary evidence to prove a traumatic brain injury and the consequences to the person suffering the injury.  There are many types of experts and many types of testing that can be done.

Oftentimes, symptoms of traumatic brain injury mimic symptoms of depression and stress and are thus difficult claims to prove in the absence of complex medical evidence and skillful expertise.

The situation can be complicated if the person suffering the traumatic brain injury has had some pre-existing problems.  We have the experience and resources to assist you if you believe you have suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of an accident.  There may be a significant loss of earning capacity and a significant need for future care.  As a full service Vancouver law firm with decades of experience, AMJ LAW has the knowledge and resources to assist you in obtaining the best possible settlement for you or your loved ones.

There may be other problems co-existing with traumatic brain injury, such as post-traumatic stress order and depression.  It can be sometimes difficult to sort out which issues were caused by the accident but it is also possible to prove that the pre-existing problems were exacerbated or made worse by the accident and should be compensated just the same.

Contact AMJ LAW

At AMJ LAW, we will work with you and the medical experts to assist with your recovery, rehabilitation and legal rights.

Comments are closed.