Recovery for Brain Injury
A serious brain injury can alter the paths of people’s lives forever. Brain injuries affect a person’s cognitive ability, memory, equilibrium, and personality. Many times these injuries prevent people from ever returning to their normal lives. They will require countless hours of medical care and personal assistance in their daily living.
Brain injuries come in a variety of forms, but all can have devastating affects on a person’s life. Generally, they are classified as either called traumatic brain injuries or acquired brain injuries. A traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs when an external force damages your brain. An acquired brain injury is a brain injury that occurs after birth and is not hereditary. You deserve help when you suffer a brain injury like:
- Hypoxic brain injury
- Brain contusions and brain hemorrhage
- Blunt force traumas or brain penetration
- Intracranial bleeding and closed head injury
- Stroke or seizure
- Cerebral palsy and brain damage
A brain injury lawsuit is complex, requiring the experience of a skilled litigator. Not every attorney is familiar with the neurologists and medical experts necessary to try a brain injury case. The team of lawyers at The McCallister Law Firm has represented so many people and their families who have suffered brain injuries in accidents throughout Missouri and Kansas.
Contact us to learn how to get compensation
After you suffer an accident causing a brain injury, you will most likely require some financial assistance. The cost associated with neurologists, therapists, and doctors can overwhelm anyone’s finances. Our attorneys will get you money to pay for your medical bills, lost wages, and costs for continuing health care.
If you were injured because of medical malpractice or an accident, contact The McCallister Law Firm in Kansas City, Missouri. Our attorneys will advocate for your right to monetary compensation for your brain injuries. To learn more about your legal options, call us at 816.931.2229. We represent clients throughout the states of Missouri and Kansas.