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Traumatic Brain Injury: Causes and Consequences

Naples Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney

Pittman Law Firm, P.L. is dedicated to defending the rights of accident victims in Naples, Florida and when you or a loved one have suffered a catastrophic injury you can come to our firm to find the caring legal counsel and dedicated representation you need during such a challenging experience. We are a family-run firm, and by working with us you will have the full benefit of our 20 years of experience on your side. We guide you through the process of claiming compensation and work meticulously to maximize the value of your personal injury claim. A traumatic brain injury can negatively impact every area of your life, but with our help you may be able to recover a settlement to compensate you for all your losses and help you move on.

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Our extensive experience in this field has given us an understanding of the very complex nature of handling these cases. One of the more frustrating (yet surprisingly common) aspects of Traumatic Brain Injuries is that the injured party may appear as though they have not sustained an injury at all. However, internally their mental processing capacity may be diminished or affected in very serious ways. For example, it is not uncommon for individuals to lose the ability to remember information or complete routine tasks. This in turns leads to being unable to maintain employment or proceed with education. We have often found it to be the loved ones of the victim who contact us for help. The individual suffering a Traumatic Brain Injury often does not know they actually have sustained the problems or do not want to admit they are unable to complete activities that used to be ordinary and easy.

What types of injury cause a traumatic brain injury?

According to statistics provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 35.2% of all traumatic brain injuries suffered across the country are caused by slip and fall accidents, while 17.3% are the result of car accidents, motorcycle accidents and trucking accidents. Another 16.5% result from the victim's head being struck by or against an object, as in the case of many construction accidents, and 10% are suffered in assaults.

The CDC further reports that Traumatic Brain Injury is a major factor in approximately one out of every three accident related deaths. Whether you have personally suffered a concussion or if you want to pursue a case for the wrongful death of a loved one following a brain injury, we are ready to take on the task of preparing your injury claim and fighting to maximize the amount you can receive in a settlement. These are incredibly trying times be a highly difficult times for you and your family. We want to and will provide you with the assistance you need to help you secure the compensation you deserve.

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