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Brain Injuries Can Change Your Life Completely

The brain is the most complex organ in our body. It controls every aspect of our life, from how we think to how we feel and even what we do. As a result, brain injuries are serious and complex medical conditions that can devastate the lives of those suffering from them.

The brain is responsible for many vital functions, including memory, thought processes, emotions, speech, movement, balance, coordination, sensation, and more. When these essential functions are impaired or lost due to an accident, injury, or illness, the person’s quality of life may be severely affected.

A Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) occurs when damage to the brain due to external forces such as blunt force trauma, penetrating wounds, or acceleration/deceleration forces. These types of injuries can occur in car crashes, falls, sports-related incidents, workplace accidents, assaults, and other situations. The severity of a brain injury depends on how much damage is done to the brain.

Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries are also called concussions. Moderate TBIs include more severe cases like diffuse axonal injury, subdural hematoma, and epidural hematoma. Severe TBIs include intracerebral hemorrhage, cerebral edema, and herniation syndromes.

Brain Injury Claim Attorney Edward R. Flores In Tustin, CA

Edward R Flores is a brain injury attorney in Orange County, California, who has been helping people with their brain injuries for over 20 years. He has helped thousands of clients, and he can help you too. Mr. Flores graduated from the University of Arizona School of Law, received his Juris Doctorate, and is licensed to practice law in Arizona and California.

Brain injuries are serious and can have long-lasting effects. You need to know about the long-term effects of brain injuries to make informed decisions about your future. How your future works out depends on the legal help you receive from the beginning. The attorneys at the Law Office of Edward R Flores will fight hard to get you what you deserve.

Traumatic Brain Injury Compensation

The law recognizes that accidents often cause TBIs and can be devastating injuries. Therefore, you may be entitled to compensation if you or a loved one has suffered a TBI due to someone else’s negligent actions.

How much compensation you can get for a brain injury depends on the severity of your injuries, and the extent of the negligence of another party caused them. Contacting a brain injury claim lawyer is your next step, only after seeking medical attention.

What To Expect When Filing A Brain Injury Lawsuit

When filing a brain injury lawsuit, people assume that they will be able to get the compensation they need. However, this is not always true. Brain injury lawsuits are a complex and challenging process.

If you decide to file a brain injury lawsuit, many things need to be done before it can go forward, including:

  • Determining if someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing injured you.
  • Identifying who was responsible for causing your injuries.
  • Finding out how much money you should receive as compensation.
  • Obtaining legal representation. Filling out paperwork with the court.
  • Paying filing fees; and
  • Hiring experts to help prove your claim.

Brain injuries can cause long-lasting problems and leave victims with no way of getting back on their feet financially. Therefore, it’s vital for those who have suffered a head injury to contact a brain injury lawyer to get legal help as soon as possible.

Contact Brain Injury Lawyer Edward R. Flores Today

If you’re suffering a head injury due to another person, your next step is to contact a Brain Injury Lawyer to discuss your case. Attorney Edward R. Flores with Flores Law Group is on your side. Your next step is to contact his office in Tustin, CA, at (714) 769-1200.

Edward R. Flores, Esq.

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