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A brain injury can result in serious problems, affecting a person’s thinking, comprehension, emotions, and conduct. Brain injuries can also cause epilepsy and raise the likelihood of illnesses like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and other age-related brain problems. Those who have suffered brain injuries commonly have issues regarding their rights and want assistance in identifying what benefits are entitled to.

Egbuonu Law brain injury lawyers have dedicated themselves to securing the compensation our clients deserve while also providing personal counseling to each client to coordinate and encourage the recovery process.

Types of Brain Injuries in Texas

Our brain injury lawyers at Egbuonu Law Firm have handled lawsuits involving all sorts of brain injuries. We are well-versed in the medical terminology associated with these significant injuries, as well as what it takes to emphasize the seriousness of your condition. If you or a loved one has experienced any of the following:

  • Open Head Injury: An open head injury involves skull fractures.
  • Closed Head Injury: A head injury that does not entail the skull being broken.
  • Hemorrhage: It is defined as uncontrollable bleeding.
  • Hematoma: A blood clot that forms outside of blood arteries.
  • Diffuse Axonal Injury: An injury that causes damage to brain cells without causing hemorrhage.
  • Anoxic Brain Injury: A brain injury caused by a prolonged lack of oxygen.
  • Hypoxic Brain Injury: An injury to the brain caused by a lack of oxygen.
  • Concussion: A mild traumatic brain damage caused by a collision between the brain and the skull.
  • TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury): TBIs of moderate to severe severity can be produced by an intense force applied to the body or by a penetrating injury to the skull.

If you or a loved one is currently suffering or recovering from one of these brain injuries, please contact us. We will handle your insurance claim and legal proceedings.

Common Causes of Brain Injuries in Texas

A traumatic brain injury is caused by a forceful blow or jolt to the head, causing the brain to collide with the skull, resulting in bruising, bleeding, or crushed brain cells. In certain circumstances, the injury is irreversible. Because the brain is so sensitive, any form of accident might result in TBI.

  • Slip and fall accidents.
  • Car accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Commercial truck accidents
  • Construction accidents
  • Accidents are caused by a defective product.

Symptoms of Brain Injuries in Texas?

The indications and symptoms of brain injury vary depending on the severity and location of the injury. Physical, behavioral, and cognitive (thought-related) changes can all occur.

Headache, dizziness, exhaustion, weakness, muscle stiffness, loss of balance and coordination, paralysis, nausea, vomiting, changes in taste, touch, sight, sound, and smell, sleep difficulties, seizures, and coma are all symptoms of TBI.

TBI can cause cognitive abnormalities such as memory loss, shorter attention span, difficulty concentrating and problem-solving, confusion, lack of judgment, language and communication disabilities, and difficulties learning and understanding new concepts.

Texas Brain Injury Compensation

Before you file your brain injury case, you certainly want to know how much money you can expect to get at the end. Of course, individual settlements can vary, but you can generally expect to get compensation to cover many of the following costs:

  • Medical expenses
  • Ongoing care
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of income
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Loss of future earnings.

Statute of Limitations on Texas Brain Injury Cases

If you have suffered a brain injury in Texas and want to file a lawsuit against the liable party, you should do so as soon as possible. The sooner you file a lawsuit, the sooner you are likely to obtain whatever compensation you are entitled to.

If you are not ready to file a case right away after your injury, you should do it within two years. This is the Texas statute of limitations for brain injury claims. If you submit a lawsuit after two years, your case may be dismissed.

Contact our Texas Brain Injury Lawyers Right Away!

Egbuonu Law Firm has a track record of taking on challenging brain damage claims and winning. Several of our attorneys have obtained verdicts on behalf of clients in claims involving brain injury caused by car accidents, workplace accidents, and other causes.

Our success is built on planned and strict case preparation, as well as a brutal approach to attaining outcomes. We investigate all the facts, identify the responsible parties, and gather critical evidence to support your claim. This influences our plan for obtaining the best possible recovery for you.

We will not tolerate the parties responsible for your accident, nor the insurance companies that represent them.