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    Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)


    Tampa Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Lawyer

    Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a life altering event which affects every aspect of the victim’s life. Although the severity of a Traumatic Brain Injury can vary and the time in which the symptoms from a Traumatic Brain Injury may take anywhere from minutes to years to become fully apparent, People who suffer from Traumatic Brain Injury often go on to experience things such as balance problems, changes in memory and cognition, emotional problems, difficulty driving or learning new skills or a language, problems with fatigue, headaches, loss of taste or smell, seizures, and problems with sexual function and relationships.

    Scientists and physicians are only beginning to understand how to diagnose and manage patients with TBI. Unlike other types of injuries, TBI are permanent and although some patients may be fortunate enough to benefit slightly from certain treatment modalities, the symptoms and effects for most patients become worse not better over time.





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    All of these treatments cost time and money and may not fully result in your return to the same good health that you were in before the accident. Your insurance and or the insurance of the party responsible for causing your injuries. Florida law provides that the party who caused you to sustain a permanent injury may be required to pay you money damages for:

    The experienced attorneys at Lawson & Associates have handled many different types of cases involving knee injuries. The most important thing you can do if you or a loved one has been injured is to contact us today so that we can begin an immediate investigation, assist you in documenting your injuries and answer your medical treatment - insurance questions. Frequently, time is not on your Side but you can call Us and Put the Laws on Your Side!

    It is important to take steps as soon as possible to collect and preserve the evidence to support your claim for compensation. This means you need our help gathering as much evidence as possible. Evidence may include things such as photographs, videos, witness statements gathered by a private investigator, video evidence of the crash or the circumstances leading up to the crash, documentary evidence such as receipts or in some instances evidence gathered by engineers at the scene of a crash.

    Put the Laws on Your Side! Call Us Today for a Free Consultation. Call 813-251 LAWS (5297).



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