Regardless of whether the injury is temporary or permanent, mild or severe, a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can greatly wreak havoc on the lives of the injured person and his or her loved ones. Over the years, the Mark D. Brynteson has represented many TBI clients through personal injury claims and lawsuits, and will fight for your rights to compensation and proper care.
A traumatic brain injury is the term used to describe what happens to the brain when it is damaged by sudden, physical force. The leading causes of traumatic brain injuries are car accidents, motorcycle accidents, falls, and getting hit on the head by an object or person. TBIs can range from mild to severe. While some TBIs can be easy to both detect and prove that they were caused in by an accident, other TBIs can be harder to identify, with symptoms taking days, even weeks after the accident to show up.
TBI Symptoms and Statistics In the U.S., there are at least 1.4 million people who sustain a traumatic brain injury each year. Signs and symptoms of a TBI can include chronic neck pain or headaches, confusion, dizziness, memory loss, difficulty focusing or concentrating, extreme grogginess or fatigue, loss of balance, nausea, blurred vision, ringing in the head, sleeping too much or too little, loss of at least one of the five senses, seizures, aphasia (problems understanding and expressing language), loss of motor control or movement, uncontrollable jerking or twitching, dysphasia (not being able to swallow or chew correctly).
This is why you need to hire a personal injury attorney that understands the complications involved in a traumatic brain injury claim. Mark D. Brynteson has the resources to help you obtain the maximum recovery possible.
Mark D. Brynteson will have a physician determine whether you have a TBI. If necessary, he will consult with neurosurgeons, psychiatrists, neurologists, therapists, and any other medical experts who can evaluate your injuries and help us prove your case. Mark D. Bryteson can also refer you to one of these experts if you need them to treat your injuries.
Mark D. Brynteson will take immediate, aggressive, and decisive action to get the liable party to pay you the damages and recovery amount that you deserve and need. He knows that you do not have the luxury of time to wait until you get the proper care that you need, and is here to help you get through this very challenging time in your life. Mark D. Brynteson wants you to focus on your recovery.
If Mark D. Brynteson is unable to negotiate a substantial recovery for you, he is not afraid to file a lawsuit against the liable party and fight for your rights to compensation, as well any damages for pain and suffering, lost wages, current and future medical costs, and any lost future earnings.
Mark D. Brynteson is committed to helping personal injury victims. He believes that everyone is entitled to quality legal representation. Although Mark D. Brynteson cannot guarantee the outcome of your personal injury case, he has a very high success rate of obtaining excellent results for his clients.
Mark D. Brynteson offers all prospective clients a free, no obligation consultation. He has spent nearly 21 years representing injured clients injured in the states of Virginia and Illinois and the Chicago area. His clients are women, children, and men residing in Riverside, Chicago, Cicero, Chicago Heights, Oak Park, Homewood, Matteson, Bellwood, Olympia Fields, Berwyn, Blue Island, South Holland, Westchester, Hazel Crest, Maywood, Sauk Village, Lansing, and Oak Lawn in Cook County. We also represent clients that have been injured in Lake County, DuPage County, and Will County.
Please feel free to call 1-815-569-4280, or email him at email@example.com. Mark D. Brynteson will be happy to discuss your case with you and explore your options. If you decide to retain him as your personal injury attorney, you will not have to pay for services unless he obtains your financial recovery.
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