Traumatic Brain Injury



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Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) occurs when the brain is damaged as a result of a sudden intense force. Each year, over 1 million Americans are treated for TBI and another 50,000 die from their injuries. Most cases of TBI involve falls, auto accidents, and physical assaults. TBI can range from mild, involving only temporary loss of consciousness, to severe, resulting in coma or amnesia.

Severe TBI can have a devastating impact on victims’ lives, causing paralysis, seizures, impaired speech, and sensory losses. Victims of TBI may be unable to work or perform routine daily tasks after the injury. Grazi & Gianino knows the difficulties TBI victims face after their injury. Our personal injury attorneys will thoroughly investigate your case, help you accurately assess your damages, and hire expert witnesses when appropriate to prove the extent of your injuries to the jury.

Some common symptoms of TBI include concussion, seizure, headache, dizziness, inability to concentrate, loss of memory, and even anxiety and depression. A variety of expert witnesses may be necessary to prove your injuries, including neurologists, physical and occupational therapists, speech pathologists, and cognitive therapists. An attorney must have a thorough understanding of the symptoms of TBI in order to adequately present a case for damages to the jury. Grazi & Gianino has ample experience litigating Stuart TBI cases.

Our skilled attorney has the expertise and resources necessary to help you get full compensation in your traumatic brain injury case. Call (772) 286-0200 today for a free, no-obligation consultation with an experienced Stuart TBI lawyer (personal injury lawyer).

Our Stuart, Florida attorneys serve clients in Stuart, FL or Martin County, Fort Pierce and Port St. Lucie or St. Lucie County, Vero Beach or Indian River County, Okeechobee or Okeechobee County, West Palm Beach or Palm Beach County, or surrounding areas.