Jasper Brain Injury Attorney
Catastrophic Injury Lawyer in Walker County
Have you sustained a serious brain injury in an accident? Whether you have a closed head or open head injury, a brain injury could have a negative long-term impact on your life. Many traumatic brain injuries lead to devastating results and sometimes brain injury victims sustain permanent brain damage. The brain is the main organ that helps control the body and when it is damaged in an accident, the victim could suffer serious consequences.
If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury at the fault of another, then we can help you seek the proper medical care and recover the full amount of compensation that you are entitled to. Speak with a Jasper personal injury lawyer at our firm today to get started on your case. Here at Warren & Associates, LLC, we over 23 years of experience under our belt and we are committed to protecting the rights and best interests of personal injury clients. See for yourself! Read about our
case results and victories and find out how we can help you.
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The Consequences of a Brain Injury
Both open and closed head injuries can change a person's life forever. A closed head injury is where the skull is not penetrated or punctured in any way, but the brain is jostled, shaken or hit with blunt force and the brain is pressed up against the skull. Open head injuries are when the skill is violently impacted by a sharp object which penetrates the cranium. The truth of the matter is that even the smallest brain injury could be traumatic for an injury victim. The brain controls so many different bodily movements, senses and functions that when it is damaged or compromised, the victim could suffer any of the following:
- Loss of sight
- Loss of smell
- Loss of taste
- Impaired intellectually
- Moods are dramatically effected
- Social skills are dramatically impaired
- Possible physical limitations- limited range of motion
- Physical endurance is compromised
- Trouble control physical motions of the body
Warning Signs of a Brain Injury
Unfortunately, many brain injuries are of a permanent nature which could leave the victim with a life-long impairment or disability. Sometimes the effects of a brain injury do not surface right away. If you or a loved one has suffered a concussion, it is vital that you get checked out to make sure that the damage is not extensive. You may feel fine at first, but be sure to be cautions and keep a look out for the warning signs of a brain injury. There are many different symptoms that can stem from a brain injury and diagnosing these types of injuries can be tricky. If you or someone you know has suffered any type of head trauma be on the lookout to see if they show signs of brain injury including:
- Severe fatigue and low energy
- Memory loss or confusion
- Intellectual slowness
- Hard time concentrating
- Getting too much or not enough sleep
- Persistent headaches and migraines
- Increased irritability or serious mood swings
- Feelings of dizziness or trouble balancing
- Unclear or blurry vision
Brain Injury Lawyer in Jasper, AL
Need a lawyer for an injury case in Walker County? At Warren & Associates, LLC, we have seen the traumatic effects of brain injuries and the damage that they can cause to a victim and their families. Brain injuries can be sustained in a wide variety of ways including motor vehicle accidents, slips and falls, sports accidents, battery or assault attacks or a
medical malpractice accident. In serious cases where the head trauma is significant, the victim could die or sustain permanent brain damage- this could cause them to remain in a vegetative state and be reliant on the care of others. If this has happened to one of your loved ones, then we can help you seek justice on their behalf. Let us help you go after the negligent party and hold them accountable for paying the damages.
Looking for a personal injury attorney in Jasper?
We are avid advocates for client rights and we want you and your family to be fully reimbursed and compensated for any present or future damages. We will guide you through every stage of your case and handle all of the legal paperwork for you. Our firm has been serving the Walker County community for over two decades and we stand ready to take on your case. Contact our firm today or fill out our free online case evaluation form to find out how we can help you collect restitution for a brain injury. Call us now at
(205) 221-1044 for dependable legal representation in your catastrophic injury case.