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  1. 1. Winning a Traumatic Brain Injury Case
  2. 2. Understanding Brain Injury Cases
  3. 3. How Do Car Crashes Cause Traumatic Brain Injuries?
  4. 4. What Other Situations Can Cause a TBI?
  5. 5. TBIs Can Be Debilitating: Watch Out for These Signs and Symptoms
  6. 6. Crosley Law | New Braunfels Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys

Winning a Traumatic Brain Injury Case

Like the rest of Texas, New Braunfels is home to many traumatic brain injury (TBI) survivors. According to the Texas Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Council, nearly 500,000 Texans live with disabling TBIs. The council also notes that many of them lack the support and resources they need. However, when someone caused you or a loved one’s TBI, you may have legal options.

At Crosley Law, we help people with their complex brain injury claims. Lead by Tom Crosley, a renowned expert on TBI cases, our team is uniquely qualified to handle brain injury cases in New Braunfels and throughout Texas.

If you or a loved one suffered a TBI, Crosley Law wants to hear your story. Call us today at 210-LAW-3000 | 210-529-3000 and keep reading to learn more about our cutting-edge approach to brain injury claims.

“All staff members have been very professional and polite and have continually updated my spouse and I on our case. Very reassuring!”

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Understanding Brain Injury Cases

How Do Car Crashes Cause Traumatic Brain Injuries?

A car wreck involves a lot of forces. Your vehicle may come to an abrupt stop, or it may careen across the road out of control. While your body should be restrained by a seat belt, your brain doesn’t have a similar safety device.

When something strikes or violently shakes your head, you may rip, tear, and stretch your brain’s sensitive blood vessels, nerves, and other tissues. This can lead to swelling, bruising, bleeding, and nerve damage that limits your brain’s ability to transmit messages to the rest of your body.

Sometimes, brain injuries involve penetration, either by debris, a bullet, or another projectile. However, the majority of TBIs are closed head injuries, where your brain strikes the uneven surface of your skull.

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What Other Situations Can Cause a TBI?

While car wrecks are some of the most common causes of TBIs, people in New Braunfels also experience brain injuries due to falls, explosions, direct impacts, violence, and other situations where their heads are hit, shaken, or subjected to forces of acceleration and deceleration.

Our TBI injury team has handled a wide variety of brain injury claims, including those involving pedestrians, motorcyclists, motorists, children at trampoline parks, and victims of assault.

TBIs Can Be Debilitating: Watch Out for These Signs and Symptoms

If you or a loved one are experiencing a combination of the following symptoms after a traumatic event, you may want to speak to your doctor about the possibility of a brain injury.

  • Severe and lasting headaches
  • Fatigue or problems sleeping
  • Seizures
  • Balance issues and dizziness
  • Memory loss
  • Difficulty concentrating, remembering, or reading
  • Personality and mood changes
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Blurry or double vision
  • Changes to your senses of taste or smell
  • Ringing ears
  • Other sensory changes

While these initial symptoms may not be permanent or debilitating, they are some of the first signs of a traumatic brain injury. You may also experience other symptoms.

Since TBIs can occur even if the head does not hit an object, there may not be any visible sign of a brain injury. Victims and even medical personnel sometimes overlook TBIs, since it can take days and even weeks to develop certain symptoms.

However, prompt treatment of brain injuries can help reduce their impact. You should always seek medical treatment immediately after a car crash or other traumatic event and discuss the possibility of a brain injury with your doctor.

The insurance company may also insist that your TBI is minor and you don’t deserve compensation. In these cases, it’s best to get a second opinion from an experienced TBI lawyer. At Crosley Law, we listen to our clients and carefully investigate their claims, helping them get the compensation they deserve.

Crosley Law | New Braunfels Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys

A renowned expert in traumatic brain injury cases, Tom Crosley leads our team of TBI attorneys. We also work with top experts and physicians in the fields of neurology, neuropsychology, radiology, and rehabilitation. We use our experience and network of experts to stand up to insurance companies – demanding justice for TBI survivors in New Braunfels and across Texas.

At the same time, we pride ourselves on our personalized, compassionate client experience. We know how difficult it is to live with a TBI. We help our clients navigate the challenges of the legal system, while giving them time and space to heal.

If you or a loved one are struggling to cope with the effects of a traumatic brain injury, contact Crosley Law. Complete our online contact form or call us at 210-LAW-3000 | 210-529-3000 for a free consultation.

References

Report of the Texas Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Council. (2014). TBIAC. Retrieved from https://capitol.texas.gov/tlodocs/84R/handouts/C3202016033010001/242c2bcf-9737-4398-988e-e8f0413d5968.PDF

The content provided here is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice on any subject.

4 Signs You May Have an Undiagnosed Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injuries Are on the Rise in the U.S.

Since early detection of TBIs saves lives, we wrote this ebook and are providing it to you and your family free of charge. Here are a just a few of the useful things you can expect from this free ebook:

  • Detailed information about commonly unobserved signs and symptoms of TBI
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