New York Construction Worker Brain Injury Complications

A brain injury can result in a number of complications, ranging from speech difficulties to seizures. Depending on the severity and type of complication, the patient may require surgery, occupational therapy, or psychological treatment, along with other types of medical care. While treatment for brain injury complications can help the patient restore normal functioning, it also carries a heavy financial burden for both the victim and their loved ones.

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At our law firm, Block O'Toole & Murphy, our attorneys are dedicated to helping accident victims recover the financial compensation needed to pay for medical bills and other damages resulting from a brain injury. To find out if our New York lawyers can help you seek compensation from the parties responsible for your brain injury, complete our FREE case evaluation form today or call us at 212-736-5300.

Types of Brain Injury Complications and Their Treatment

Brain injury complications can occur immediately following the accident, though others may not appear until weeks or months after the injury. Such complications require prompt medical care, as any delay can negatively affect the patient's prognosis. Complications that can develop after an accident include:

  • Coma
  • Nerve damage
  • Balance problems
  • Behavioral problems and personality changes
  • Cognitive disabilities
  • Sensory problems
  • Epilepsy

Treatment for these brain injury complications will vary. Prescription medications, cognitive therapy and counseling are among the potential treatments for brain injury complications. Typically, the doctor will examine all of the patient's complications before establishing a treatment plan.

Speak to Our New York Brain Injury Attorneys

When a brain injury results from another's negligence, the patient may be able to recover compensation for medical bills stemming from treatment. To do so, the victim must first consult an experienced lawyer who can examine the cause of the injury and examine the extent of the individual's losses. Then, the attorney will identify the negligent parties, from whom he or she will seek compensation to cover these losses. To find out if our New York brain injury lawyers can help with your claim, complete our FREE, no-obligation online form today or call us at 212-736-5300.

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