Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer Ready To Take On New Clients In Southern California

January 10, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Ontario, CA based Napolin Accident Injury Lawyer is pleased to announce that they are ready to work with new clients who have had the misfortune of suffering a traumatic brain injury as a result of another party’s negligence. The brain injury lawyer specializes in all forms of personal injury cases, giving them an extensive pool of legal expertise to pull from when they pursue a case on behalf of their clients.

Also known as TBIs, traumatic brain injuries are “often caused by an impact from an external mechanical force, such as a blow to the head,” according to the firm. “Such a blow can occur from a slip and fall incident, physical assault, or automobile accident. When it occurs during a car crash, the face and/or skull strikes the steering wheel, door, or a loose object within the automobile. If you have experienced a blow to the face or skull, it is important to know about the possible health consequences that come with it.”

While it is relatively easy for a TBI victim to observe the immediate effects of an accident that causes injury, such as pain, stress, and consequential medical bills upon receiving treatment, they may be unaware of the fact that the ramifications of a TBI can follow them for the rest of their life. Some of the most common symptoms that victims experience include painful and enduring headaches, reductions in memory retention, and even more generalized pain that extends down the back of the head, neck, and shoulders.

Napolin Accident Injury Lawyer states, “In many cases, these pains and aches worsen over time and never get better. It may cause cognitive dysfunction that leads to thought overload, where the person is unable to handle new or complex information. Often, patients suffer from emotional problems such as stress, insomnia, and fatigue. Later in life, it could lead to lowered sensory abilities and may cause difficulty in communication as well as increased vulnerability to mental disease, such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.”

This tends to mean that TBI victims will require ongoing medical attention as they age. Furthermore, they may even find themselves unable to hold down a job due to the severity of their symptoms—pain alone may make it difficult for them to work for prolonged periods in a professional environment, especially if it involves manual labour, but many jobs require a basic degree of cognitive ability at the very least. Due to these reasons, a traumatic brain injury has the potential to keep a victim from finding a means of income. Fortunately, Napolin Accident Injury Lawyer offers a free consultation to new clients who wish to explore their options. Learn more about TBIs and the legal options that victims have at the following link: Traumatic Brain Injury Legal Help.

According to the firm, “Depending on whether you suffered your injury while at work or not, the legal conversation changes. If you understand the legal base for your case, you will know what you need to provide and prove. It is essential to gather your own evidence as well as help your attorney win your case. If you were injured at work and suffer from a TBI, you need to file a workers' compensation case. If you slipped and fell, causing you to have a brain injury, you will need to file a personal injury case. In either case, you should hire an attorney. Proving TBI injuries is extremely challenging. Attorneys work with medical professionals who understand the system well enough to know what to do.” As they build a case, a TBI victim’s attorney may require that they undergo certain tests to document the extent of their injuries. These tests include X-rays, CT scans, MRIs, and so on.

Those who wish to learn more about the firm and the legal services they offer, particularly for victims of traumatic brain injuries, may visit their website and other online resources for additional information. Clients may reach out to Alexander D. Napolin of Napolin Accident Injury Lawyer or connect with the firm through their preferred social media platforms to pursue any further inquiries as well. Learn more here: Personal Injury Lawyer Southern California.


For more information about Napolin Accident Injury Lawyer, contact the company here:

Napolin Accident Injury Lawyer
Alexander D. Napolin
430 N. Vineyard Ave. Ste. 125
Ontario, CA 91764

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