Unfortunately Head and Brain Injuries are Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries
As we all know many risks are involved in riding a motorcycle. Perhaps the greatest risk is head injuries, or more precisely, brain injuries from motorcycle accidents.
These injuries can occur whether you are wearing a helmet or not. However, it is pretty clear that wearing a helmet can reduce the severity of a brain injury from a motorcycle accident.
Brain injuries are quite different from other injuries. Your brain doesn’t heal as easily as your bones, so brain injuries can have lasting consequences. Making the injury even worse is the possibility that you do not even know that your brain has been injured!
That is why it is very, very important to contact Pennsylvania motorcycle injury lawyer Lee Gaber for help in dealing with the insurance claim after your motorcycle injury.
I’ll make sure you get the proper tests and treatment for your injury, as well as seeking compensation for all of your costs and lost wages.
I can be reached 24/7 365 days a year at 888-292-5352 that’s 888-cycle-law.
Brain Trauma Lawyers
Motorcycle lawyers are essentially brain trauma lawyers because we deal with brain injuries quite often in our practices.
Traumatic Brain Injury, or TBI, can range from mild to severe, and causes an immediate and potentially permanent loss of functionality. It is the term used to describe the most sever injuries to the brain.
TBI can change your life in an instant – forever.
Your brain in many respects defines who you are. Taking this away is tragic, and deserves compensation for not only your medical bills, or loss of wages, but compensatory damages for pain and suffering.
Traumatic brain injuries can cause issues such as:
- loss of consciousness
- loss of interpretation of your senses
- loss of vision, or blurred vision
- intolerance of light
- attention deficit
- concentration issues
- processing speed
- speech issues such as slurring
- reading and writing problems
- difficulty understanding spoken language
- problems of being understood while speaking
- loss of hearing, or noise sensitivity
- loss of your sense of smell or taste
- sleep disorders
- appetite changes
- and a whole host of emotional issues
This just the overview of symptoms of a traumatic brain injury. The list goes on and on. If you have any unusual changes in your life after a motorcycle accident you may have a case for compensation.
I offer you free consultation if you have suffered a brain injury in an accident in Pennsylvania or New Jersey, that was not your fault. Simply call 888-292-5352 now. Together we’ll get you through your injury and the consequences.