Dallas Head and Brain Injuries Lawyer

The brain controls virtually everything in your body, from muscle movement to the storage of memories. Thus, any damage to one’s head could have permanent and far-reaching effects on one’s life. Traumatic brain injuries can have a variety of severe repercussions, including loss of memory, ability to communicate, and ability to control emotions. Overall, this devastating damage can prevent a person from ever returning to the lifestyle he or she enjoyed prior to the injury.

If you or someone you love has suffered a brain injury due to the careless or reckless behavior of someone else, the party responsible for this terrible accident should be held fully accountable for his or her actions. At the Law Offices of Mark T. Lassiter, we understand that while no amount of compensation can make up for your head injury, it can help you cover medical bills, lost wages, and other financial burdens associated with your accident. To discuss your case, contact our experienced Dallas head injury lawyers today by calling (214) 457-1668.

Damages Associated with Head and Brain Injuries

Head and brain injuries can vary in severity, but there are two primary types: open, in which an object penetrates the skull, and closed, in which blunt force trauma damages the brain without piercing the skull. Both of these types of brain injuries can lead to the following immediate and long-term damages:

  • Sleeping problems
  • Cognitive difficulties
  • Memory loss
  • Sensory loss
  • Comas

Although the consequences of these damages are often immeasurable, you may be entitled to compensation to cover the medical expenses and lost wages stemming from your accident.

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If another person has caused you or someone you love to suffer a catastrophic head or brain injury, you are not alone in your pursuit of justice. Learn about your compensation options by contacting a qualified Dallas brain injury attorney of the Law Offices of Mark T. Lassiter today at (214) 457-1668.

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