According to the Centers for Disease Control, each year, over 60,000 children are hospitalized with a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Many will recover from their brain injuries, but others are not so lucky and will face a lifetime of challenges. Due to the complexity and range of symptoms a child with brain injuries may experience, doctors often have trouble correctly diagnosing the severity of a child’s brain injury. Brain injuries in children are often the result of a birth error, slip and fall, car accident, or sporting accident.
Signs and Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injuries in Children:
At Saladino & Schaaf, we have years of experience representing families dealing with the aftermath of a traumatic brain injury. We work closely with our clients, doctors and other medical experts to determine how much compensation is necessary for your child’s brain injury. While you focus on your child’s recovery, we’ll work to help you make informed decisions about compensation for their future well-being.
If you or your child has suffered a brain injury due to someone else’s negligence, contact us online or at 270-444-0406 (Paducah Office) or 270-753-1529 (Murray Office) to schedule a free consultation today. You may be entitled to significant compensation, but the clock is ticking.
Saladino & Schaaf, PLLC is dedicated to providing high quality, aggressive legal representation to victims of personal injury and wrongful death. Since 1984, this firm and its predecessors have had one goal in mind – to help the victims of personal injury put the pieces of their lives back together.
Saladino & Schaaf, PLLC is a Personal Injury Law Firm with offices in Paducah, KY and Murray, KY. We serve clients throughout Kentucky and Illinois.
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