When a loved one suffers from serious brain trauma, it can be difficult on the entire family. The injured person may be incapable of communicating or managing daily tasks that are taken for granted by others. In addition to endless medical treatment, it is often necessary to seek additional help to assist in caring for the individual. At The Law Offices of J. Kent McAfee, P.C., we help you and your family during this difficult time. We help you recover the fair and just compensation necessary to enhance your loved one’s quality of life.
As an experienced attorney, J. Kent McAfee has comprehensive knowledge of serious medical conditions which result from car accidents and other serious accidents. He helps accident victims and their families through the process to financial recovery. Our law firm helps clients in catastrophic injury lawsuits involving traumatic brain injuries, closed head injuries and other serious injuries.
It is devastating to learn that a loved one has sustained a traumatic brain injury. While he/she may still appear to be the same person, many times the injury has severely impacted portions of the brain causing many changes, such as personality changes, inability to communicate and other challenges. We have the resources you need to learn how to cope with and manage the changes in your family’s lives.
Not every brain injury is apparent immediately following the accident. It may take days or even weeks before symptoms surface. Therefore, even if you think it is only a minor concussion, it is important to seek appropriate medical attention right away to maximize healing capabilities. A concussion or other closed head injury may cause the individual to experience changes in appetite, memory loss, numbness or tingling sensations, headaches, sleeplessness and a host of other symptoms.
If a loved one has suffered a serious injury, such as a head injury, we can help. Contact our personal injury law firm today to schedule a consultation with an experienced brain injury lawyer. For your convenience, we can meet with you in your home or the hospital when necessary.