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Recovering from a Traumatic Brain Injury

| Aug 10, 2010 | Brain Injuries

The aftermath of a traumatic brain injury can be a long and extraordinarily arduous road to recovery. Many traumatic brain injury victims require extensive and expensive therapies in order to maximize their potential physical recovery.

 Traumatic Brain Injury Physical Recoveries

The extent of a patient’s physical recovery depends on the area of the brain that was injured and the severity of the injury. Many traumatic brain injury patients require:

  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Counseling
  • Speech therapy
  • Medical treatment

While medical treatment and recommended therapies may not cure a brain injury, they can maximize a brain injury victim’s potential recovery and teach the patient how to live with the injury.

Traumatic Brain Injury Financial Recoveries

In our experience as Washington D.C. and Virginia brain injury attorneys, we know these therapies to be expensive, and we recognize the financial hardship they cause brain injury victims and their families.

Accordingly, our lawyers work hard to identify the person(s) or company responsible for the victim’s injuries, and we do everything we can to hold them accountable for the medical costs, rehabilitation costs, lost income, out-of-pocket expenses, and emotional damages suffered by the patient and the patient’s family following a traumatic brain injury accident. If you need assistance filing an injury claim, our team is here to provide the help and support needed.