Get Informed About Traumatic Brain Injuries
Over 230,000 people are hospitalized from TBI, and 50,000 die from a brain injury every year. These individuals face a future of loss and uncertainty, filled with physical and psychological obstacles to overcome. It is a life-changing event for the victim and his or her entire family—socially, emotionally, and financially.
Geoffrey Fieger and his team are here to help you. His knowledgeable team of experts has the resources and compassion you need to protect your rights and get the compensation you deserve.
Common causes of a traumatic brain injury include:
- Automobile accidents
- Truck accidents
- Sports injuries
- Violent crimes
- Child abuse
- Defective products
- Slip and fall
- Workplace injuries
The Two Types of TBIs
There are two basic classifications of traumatic brain injury—closed and penetrating. A closed head injury occurs when a person’s head endures a blunt force from hitting or being hit by an object. A penetrating head injury is when an object breaks through the skull and enters the brain, usually at high speed. Both types of traumatic brain injury can have devastating and long-lasting effects, making immediate treatment and a proper diagnosis critical.
Symptoms of a traumatic brain injury include:
- Mood swings
- Slurred speech
- Stiff neck
- Blurred or loss of vision
- Behavioral issues
- Emotional problems
- Cognitive impairments
- Brain damage
IF YOU’VE BEEN INJURED, YOU NEED TO CALL FIEGER LAW NOW
Doctors receive extensive training to recognize and treat the effects of head injuries. Telling the difference between a “bump on the head” and potential brain hemorrhaging is a doctor’s job. Holding doctors and nurses accountable for poor care standards is Fieger Law’s. We are Michigan’s leading medical malpractice firm, and our legal team has won some of the largest malpractice verdicts of any firm in the country.
Our firm works to not only get justice for our clients, but to help them get the financial support they need to accommodate their injury for as long as it takes to heal. If you suffer from a permanent injury, then your compensation should demand the lifelong costs of treatment. Large verdicts like that are our hallmark.
If your family has suffered damages from a neglected traumatic brain injury, Geoffrey Fieger and his team at Fieger Law can help.