People Across Connecticut Are Living With Skull Fractures And Brain Trauma
In the aftermath of an accident, be it a car crash or a workplace accident, many victims experience serious head trauma, including traumatic brain injuries and skull fractures. In some cases, it can take weeks or months to get a full diagnosis. What is worse, treatments can take years to work and the injuries frequently lead to lifelong consequences.
At Miller, Rosnick, D'Amico, August & Butler, our attorneys have decades of combined experience working in personal injury and workers’ compensation laws. We can determine a legal strategy that supports you and optimizes your case in the eyes of courts and negotiators. We pursue full compensation for our clients. Email us today to discuss your case.
Head Injuries Can Have Wise Ranging Side Effects
Head trauma of any kind can have significant repercussions for the injured person, and healing is rarely an easy process. Individuals who are suffering often experience:
- Nausea and vertigo long after the accident
- Memory retention issues, both short and long-term
- Personality changes
- Inability to complete daily tasks
- Loss of basic bodily functions or ability to meet hygiene needs
- Total or partial loss of ability to work
Many people with TBIs need ongoing care for significant periods of time. Our attorneys work within the legal system to obtain compensation for clients that covers as much of these needs as possible. We care about your future, and we fight to get you the best.
Reaching Out To Our Office
Our firm is available to discuss your case at your convenience. We are happy to sit down and hear your story and then to explain your legal options. Call our office today at 203-583-4272.