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Midland Brain Injury Attorneys

Traumatic Brain Injury Lawsuits in Midland, Odessa & Nationwide

More than 1.7 million people suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI) every single year in the United States. Whether these injuries are caused by falling objects, being in a vehicle accident, falling, or other forms of blunt force trauma, victims of closed head injuries or skull fractures can be left with life-changing repercussions. If an infection or illness, near drowning, or other traumatic accidents resulted in neurological injuries, this too can affect normal brain function for the long-term. Tragically, many of these catastrophic injuries are due to preventable accidents.

At Arnold & Itkin, our Midland, Texas personal injury attorneys fight for our clients to get the financial recovery they deserve so they can move forward after a catastrophic injury and live the fullest life possible. If you or a loved one has suffered from a brain injury due to the negligence of a manufacturer, employer, driver, or another irresponsible party, we want to help you get answers, seek justice, and get the financial compensation you're owed.

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Brain Injury Signs & Symptoms

Even if you think perhaps your injuries are not that serious, it can take days, even weeks for injuries to fully manifest. Or perhaps you've played sports and have been conditioned to view injuries like concussions as something somewhat normal (they are not). Any amount of head trauma needs to be addressed by a medical professional right away.

Do not ignore symptoms of brain injury such as:

  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Slurred speech
  • Seizures
  • Loss of consciousness or coma

Brain injuries can also cause neurological issues, which can appear as cognitive disorders such as:

  • Insomnia
  • Amnesia
  • Impaired speech 
  • Impaired motor skills
  • Agitation or panic disorders
  • Lethargy

Whatever the accident, make sure you get medical care to see to any possible internal injuries. Especially if you notice any of the above symptoms, you want to get seen by a medical professional as soon as possible for any diagnosis and treatment. The sooner you can get care and therapy, the likelier and faster you may be able to achieve recovery.

Pursuing Compensation for Head Trauma & Traumatic Brain Injuries

At Arnold & Itkin, we want to make sure that brain injury victims get the full medical care they need. This means more than covering the immediate hospital care and medications. It means helping victims and their families get the compensation they need for future, ongoing costs, such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and other specialized needs you may have, such as neuropsychologists, social workers, and rehabilitation nurses. Our TBI attorneys want to make sure that you can get the expert care you need without having to worry about the cost.

Our Midland brain injury lawyers help clients nationwide and have recovered billions. We know how to get real results that set our clients up for better lives. We're ready to hear your story and discuss how we may be able to help you.

Call (888) 493-1629 today to request your free consultation. There's no upfront cost to hire our brain injury lawyers. We only get paid if you do!

Common Questions

  • What Steps Do I Take After a Brain Injury?

    If you or a loved one has suffered from head trauma or a brain injury, get medical help. The first step is to get the care and treatment you need. Then after immediate medical necessities have been addressed, speaking to a Midland-Odessa injury lawyer can help you assess your legal options. It might be possible to file a workers' comp claim, file an auto accident claim, or pursue other types of legal action to get your past and future costs for the injury covered by the person who is actually responsible.

  • What Are Symptoms of a Brain Injury?

    After head trauma or any other type of accident, if you experience memory loss, a sudden sensitivity to noises and light sources, attention deficits, or even depression, these would be considered mild symptoms of brain injury. They are not safe to ignore. In more serious cases, you may note impaired motor skills and memory processing. Physical symptoms of a brain injury include headaches, speech issues, blurry vision, hearing loss, lethargy, balance problems, dizziness, and insomnia, while mental issues such as amnesia, concentration issues, depression, and anxiety can also manifest.

  • Can Traumatic Brain Injuries Be Treated?

    The earlier a brain injury patient gets treated, the better their odds of recovery are. In some cases, a traumatic brain injury is mild enough that following rest orders and a medication regimen will be enough, but be sure to be alert to any further TBI symptoms that require further medical attention. In more serious cases, treatments could require surgeries and long-term rehabilitation.

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