After A TBI, We Can Help You Seek Compensation

Trauma to the skull can cause long-lasting damage to the brain. These injuries, called traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), are often devastating for victims. TBI occur from many types of accidents: Motor vehicle crashes, slip and falls, workplace accidents and medical negligence. No matter the cause of your TBI, you deserve to seek maximum compensation for your damages.

At The Law Offices of Daniel Feder, our skilled injury attorneys can help you. With more than 25 years of legal practice, we have helped numerous clients obtain full and fair compensation for their traumatic brain injuries and other catastrophic injuries.

What Are The Categories Of TBI?

Traumatic brain injury is defined as any injury to the head that disrupts the brain’s functioning. There are several types of TBI, including:

  • Concussion: A concussion is when the brain slams against the inside of the skull.
  • Hemorrhage: Bleeding within the brain is known as hemorrhage.
  • Fracture: Fractures occur when the skull breaks due to severe impact.
  • Hematoma: Similar to hemorrhage, hematoma is the clotting of blood outside the brain.
  • Edema: Any form of swelling within the brain is known as edema.

These injuries range in severity from mild trauma to severe. In worst-case scenarios, they can even lead to death.

The Symptoms Of TBI: What To Know

Traumatic brain injuries are not always visible, as they occur inside the skull. However, there are some symptoms that you can watch out for, such as:

  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Lightheadedness
  • Confusion
  • Disorientation
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Change in personality
  • Memory loss

If you or someone you love is experiencing these symptoms, see a doctor immediately. You should always consult a doctor after experiencing a head injury, even if you do not have any physical or cognitive symptoms. Then, consult a lawyer about your legal options.

Ask Our Team About Traumatic Brain Injuries

If you suffered a head injury, you have the right to seek compensation. Talk to our San Francisco attorneys about your options and your rights. To schedule an initial consultation with us at The Law Offices of Daniel Feder, call us toll-free at 877-557-5609 or send us an email.