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Traumatic brain injury can be as catastrophic financially as it is physically and emotionally. The person with traumatic brain injury may no longer be able to work, or a family member may need to leave her job to become a fulltime caregiver.

Although navigating the financial system can be incredibly frustrating and time-consuming, your future can depend on mastering the fine points of personal finance, health insurance, government benefits, and the law. Unfortunately, you or your family members need to start thinking about finances as soon as possible after the injury.

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Medical Care Issues for Adolescents with Brain Injury
BrainLine Kids | July 2, 2013
Not having coordinated medical care after a TBI can complicate matters, especially for adolescents who are trying to transition to independent adulthood.

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What to Know About Trusts and Structured Settlements After Brain Injury
By: Michael V. Kaplen, Esq. | Ask the Expert | February 1, 2010
Make sure the funds you’ve saved for your child with TBI last his lifetime.

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Planning Your Estate
By: Michael V. Kaplen, Esq. | Ask the Expert | April 1, 2009
Advice on how to provide long-term financial care for a loved one with a brain injury after you are gone.

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