When a traumatic brain injury interrupts a person's ability to fully use his or her brain, then that person and his family may face a number of legal issues that aren't otherwise anticipated.
Most professionals agree that it's a good idea to contact an attorney after any hospitalization or lifestyle interruption following a brain injury. Individuals or their families may not be aware of their rights and how to keep them protected, and they may not be aware of how to receive compensation for any lost opportunities and abilities
How Attorneys Can Help People with Brain Injury Dispute "Pre-Existing Conditions"
“Aggravation of pre-existing conditions” can be difficult to substantiate.
Proving in Court That a Brain Injury Merits Workers Compensation
Medical experts are key, even in the court room.
What Are an Attorney’s Obligations When a Client Has Had a Brain Injury?
Making legal decisions after a brain injury can be challenging.
Five Things to Consider When Setting Up a Special Needs Trust
Don't delay setting up a special needs trust for your loved one with TBI.
Selecting an Attorney After a TBI
Learn what questions to ask.