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Savannah Brain Injury Attorney

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Unseen Injuries can take the longest to heal.

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is not rare and is in fact the most common cause of death and disability in young people. It is something that should always be considered when an injured adult or child complains of head trauma or associated symptoms. Traumatic brain injuries can range from mild to moderate or severe. If you or a loved one has suffered traumatic brain injuries due to someone else’s negligence, The Horne Law Firm is a Savannah brain injury attorney that has the experience and dedication to fight for what is owed.

Results of A Traumatic Brain Injury

You may be experiencing a mild TBI if you are suffering from short-term memory loss or have difficulty concentrating. These symptoms can make it difficult to work, enjoy daily life and can be particularly hard on family members who struggle to understand why you “look fine” but can’t remember to pick up the kids from school. If you think you or a loved one may be suffering from even a mild TBI, it is important to seek medical treatment immediately so that a proper diagnosis and remedial medical treatment can be performed as soon as possible.

If you are suffering from a more severe form of TBI (moderate or severe), you may be lethargic, have slurred or incomprehensible speech or even be unconscious. It is unlikely that properly trained medical staff will miss diagnosing moderate or severe TBI symptoms, but that does not mean that the individual will receive all the proper care and treatment needed to maximize recovery and avoid secondary or long-term injury.

If you believe that you or a loved one has suffered any type of traumatic brain injury, it is imperative to seek medical care immediately. If you should then choose to consult with an attorney, please employ a law firm that is familiar with these types of injuries. We believe having a familiarity with the latest traumatic brain injury research, technology and treatment is necessary in order to properly advocate on your behalf.

Raising Awareness
Each March is dedicated to Brain Injury Awareness. The Department of Defense, Brain Injury Association of America and Congressional Brian Injury Task Force are just a few of the organizations spotlighting an epidemic of invisible injuries.
Annual TBI Cases
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March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

Contact Our Savannah Brain Injury Attorney today!

If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury due to an accident or negligence, contact our Savannah brain injury attorneys to get the compensation you need and deserve. Call (912) 800-4878 or contact us online today to schedule a case review. We accept clients throughout the low country area.
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