Scarlett Law Group
Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys - TBI
The Scarlett Law Group are National Trial Lawyers based in San Francisco, California with outstanding results in cases involving automobile accidents, airplane crashes, traumatic brain injury, head injury, personal injury, catastrophic personal injuries, mass torts, medical malpractice , professional negligence, class actions, civil rights, environmental disasters and wrongful death.
Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
Those who sustain concussion, hemorrhage,
significant loss of consciousness, coma, and/or skull fractures are
typically diagnosed as having sustained a "moderate" to "severe"
traumatic brain injury.
Injuries of this nature are generally detectable on
CT, MRI, and other imaging devices. In many instances, the patient's
very survival is an issue. Brain swelling, contusion and edema are
likely complications. In virtually all cases, quality of life is a
premier end goal.
impairments suffered by the "moderate" to "severe" traumatic brain
injury victim can generally be related to the original insult, although
in case after case insurance companies and their lawyers contest these
relationships. Physical consequences of "moderate" to "severe" traumatic brain injury
are diverse and vary from patient to patient. They may include:
paralysis, sensory losses, decreased muscle control, including
hemipareses, weakness, seizures, sleep disorders, speech and eating
disorders, as well as memory and recall difficulties.
Individuals, while in coma, represent the “severe”
end of traumatic brain injury. This is not to infer that one need be
comatose to be classified as having sustained a “severe” traumatic brain injury,
but comatose individuals have clearly sustained a “severe” traumatic
brain injury irrespective of its potential transient nature.
Family members of comatose patients are often times
left with nothing but hope, as health care professionals too, must wait
as the human recovery process begins. It is no less important for
family members to seek assistance from support groups during the
A multi-disciplinary treatment and rehabilitative
approach can be justified in virtually all cases of “moderate” to
“severe” traumatic brain injury.
If you or someone you know has been injured
or suffered Traumatic Brain Injury or TBI,
you need the assistance of The Scarlett Law Group.
today to speak with a California Personal Injury Attorney.