Kentucky Brain Injury Lawsuit Attorney
The Brain Injury Association of America reports that more than 50,000 people will die from a brain injury and another 235,000 people will be hospitalized following a head injury resulting in coma, a concussion, or amnesia this year. More than one million Americans will suffer some kind of head injury and brain damage this year. Brain damage doesn't always fully manifest itself immediately. Often, a head injury victim may continue to deteriorate months after an injury, experience devastating depression and even become suicidal.
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If you have suffered a blow to the head or feel that you may be experiencing symptoms of brain damage, please see a doctor immediately. Brain damage is serious and may lead to lifelong treatment and an inability to conduct many day-to-day functions. Contact attorney Charlie Moore at the personal injury law firm of Charles E. Moore, Kentucky Injury Attorney, to schedule a consultation about what options you may have for recovering money damages that resulted from the accident or injury.
Brain damage doesn't only result from a head injury
Head injures and brain damage can result from any kind of traumatic blow to the head, from a failure to diagnose and treat a medical condition such as stroke in a timely fashion, and even from improper doses of medications. If you or a family member has suffered a head injury in a car or truck wreck or other kind of accident, or has been medically diagnosed with brain damage, contact our firm for a free consultation. We will put every available resource at our firm onto your case to help you recover the full compensation you may be entitled to receive for your injuries.