Brain injuries can be difficult to identify after an accident, in part because it may take weeks or months before the effects of the brain injury are known. Brain injuries are typically the result of an traumatic event that involves an external force – usually called a Traumatic Brain Injury – or instead from a non-traumatic event or condition such as a stroke or meningitis.
Symptoms of some brain injuries might be immediately noticeable, but other symptoms may not be noticeable for days, weeks, or even months. As a result, family members and friends are often the first to recognize changes in the injured person’s behavior, speech, and memory.
Brain injury cases involve complex legal and medical issues that are best handled by an experienced workers’ compensation attorney. At The Bader Law Firm, we have experience with these issues. Some of these issues include:
- Closed Head Injuries
- Cognitive Function
- Facial Paralysis
- Memory Loss
- Neurocognitive Therapy
- Penetrating Head Injuries
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Rehabilitation Therapy
- Sensory Issues
- Spatial Reasoning
- Speech impediments
- Traumatic Head Injuries
- Verbal Reasoning
How an Atlanta Workers’ Compensation Attorney Can Assist You
Being hurt while working can be a scary experience and may leave you wondering how you’re going to pay your medical bills or support yourself and your family. To make sure that you never have to worry about these things, you need the help of the attorneys at Bader Law Firm, LLC. We’ll work hard to make sure that your claim for workers’ compensation benefits is approved! Call us now at 404-888-8888 for more details about how we can start helping you today.