Representing Georgia Brain Injury Victims
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are truly life-altering injuries. You only get one brain; when it is damaged there is often no going back. Brain injuries can leave a person unable to return to work and require a lifetime of ongoing rehabilitation and care. When it comes to getting the financial compensation and benefits you need to cover the costs of a brain injury, you only get one shot. It is crucial to make sure you have an experienced injury attorney pursuing your rights.
In Georgia, you can turn to the Law Offices of John D. Christy, P.C., for attentive service and fierce advocacy after suffering a traumatic brain injury. Attorney John D. Christy has been handling catastrophic injury claims in Georgia for more than 30 years and is able to leverage his skills and professional contacts to maximize compensation for the people who need it most.
Recognizing The Signs Of A Traumatic Brain Injury
Traumatic brain injuries often develop after acute injuries that result in loss of consciousness. As a general rule, someone should seek medical treatment anytime they lose consciousness. Other symptoms of a traumatic brain injury include:
- Headaches that worsen over time
- Repeated vomiting or nausea
- Seizures or convulsions
- Dilated pupils
- Sleep disruption
Anytime someone takes a blow to the head, it is crucial to seek the advice and treatment of a skilled medical professional. This list of symptoms is not a substitute for a proper diagnosis.
Ready To Take On Complex Brain Injury Claims
In the world of workers’ compensation, catastrophic injuries such as brain injuries are subject to a different standard. If a brain injury is preventing you from returning to the workforce, it may be possible to recover lifelong medical and wage loss benefits to cover the costs associated with your injury.
If a third party is responsible for your brain injury, it may be possible to obtain personal injury compensation for your pain and suffering in addition to the workers’ compensation benefits you are eligible to receive. John brings extensive legal experience and professional connections to these highly complex cases.
Contact An Experienced Brain Injury Lawyer
If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury, the first step is speaking to a proven injury attorney. Call 478-987-9000 today to schedule your free consultation.