Brain Stem Injury

Brain Stem Injury Attorneys

Suffering a brain stem injury will impact your life forever. As with any brain injury the injury victim never truly recovers and they are never the person they were before the accident. Our brain injury attorneys have handled numerous brain stem injury claims during their legal careers and feel that the liable parties should be held accountable for their actions. If you have suffered a brain stem injury you need the help of a skilled brain stem injury attorney.

Please contact our brain stem injury attorneys for a free consultation. Let them get you the benefits and financial compensation you rightfully deserve for your injuries, lost wages, pain, suffering and other losses. They charge no fees if they do not recover for you. Proudly serving all 50 states including Hawaii, Alaska, Nevada, New Mexico, Delaware, Tennessee, Washington, Washington D.C., Virginia and Maryland.

Anatomy Of The Brain Stem

Located beneath the cerebrum and in front of the cerebellum, the brain stem is the part of the brain that connects the spinal cord to the rest of the brain. It has control over involuntary muscles, such as the stomach and heart, and also relays messages from the brain to the rest of the body. It is responsible for many important functions in the body. Damage to the brain stem can cause significant short-term and long-term problems. Our Texas brain injury attorneys have been representing clients in accidents resulting in all types of brain injuries. They can help you get the medical treatment that you need and the compensation that you deserve to get through the recover process. With many years of combined experience, they have the skills and resources needed to help their clients and their families.

Signs Of A Brain Stem Injury

Trauma and impact to the base of the head can make the brain stem vulnerable to serious injury. Although very small, body functions can be disrupted and disabilities can develop if the brain stem is damaged. Consequences of a brain stem injury may include:

  • Memory problems
  • Difficulty concentrating and staying focused
  • Trouble walking and balancing
  • Loss of strength
  • Loss of sex drive and other behaviors
  • Cognitive problems
  • Paralysis

In some cases, when these injuries are treated in time, people can resume normal lives and get back to where they were before their accidents. In the worst cases, brain injury victims will require medical care for the rest of their lives. We will review your case and pursue the maximum benefits that you need for the present and the future.

Call Our Brain Stem Injury Lawyers

At our firm, we understand the trauma and loss associated with brain stem injuries. Contact our California brain injury lawyers and let the, fight for your rights. Email us here to schedule a free case evaluation. Discuss your case with us and get the answers that you deserve. Serving those with Central Nervous System injuries throughout all 50 states.

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