Boston Brain Injury Attorneys
If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI), you may be experiencing difficulties performing your everyday activities and responsibilities. Even the most routine tasks can become a constant daily struggle. Traumatic brain injuries are often life threatening, and can have a devastating effect on the injured individual's ability to earn a living and interact with family members and loved ones. At Dolan Connly, P.C., we recognize the physical, emotional and financial struggles you and your family are currently facing. Our first priority is to ensure you receive the care and compensation you need to aid in your recovery. Contact us to schedule a free one-on-one consultation to discuss your case.
Pembroke Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney
Traumatic brain injuries can result from a variety of causes. Many of our clients sustain concussions and are diagnosed with post-concussive syndrome. It is important to note that you do not have to lose consciousness to sustain a concussion or a TBI. A traumatic brain injury can result from direct trauma to the head, although this is not always the cause. Direct trauma often occurs in:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Construction accidents
- Sports-related accidents
Some individuals suffer traumatic brain injuries after exposure to an electric shock. Doctors sometimes refer to a traumatic brain injury as a "closed head" injury. Individuals who have suffered a traumatic brain injury often report the same side effects as a concussion, including:
- Sleep deprivation
- Decline in job performance
- Loss of wages and employment
- Cognitive impairments
- Loss of interest in social activities
- Panic attacks
At Dolan Connly, P.C., our personal injury attorneys have the skill and experience to handle cases for clients suffering the life-altering effects of a traumatic brain injury. Our Boston brain injury lawyers have been addressing the needs and concerns of Massachusetts clients. If you or your loved one is suffering, contact us to schedule a consultation to discuss your case. You may also call us at (617) 265-3100.