According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 144,000 Texans sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI) each year — or about one person every four minutes. More than 381,000 Texans live with a disability due to TBI and 5,700 are permanently disabled each year by a traumatic brain injury.
Texas brain injuries have the potential to be one of the most severe and traumatic forms of personal injury. Besides damaging fine motor skills which may require years of rehabilitation to restore, a brain injury can rob a person of memories, impede the ability to hold down a job and lead to profound emotional changes that transform the victim’s personality. Some victims will require constant assistance to perform everyday tasks.
For Texans who have suffered brain injuries due to another’s negligence or violence, the experienced personal injury team of The Marye Law Firm P.C. offers extensive knowledge of Texas laws and dedication to the rights of seriously injured Texans. Fewer than one in 20 people will receive the rehabilitation they need following a TBI. If you retain our services, we will aggressively fight to win you the compensation that you deserve and see that you and your family receive proper medical care and financial support.
If you or a loved one has been involved in a serious accident and you suspect a brain injury, you need to immediately seek medical care. Some of the most common accidents in Texas that lead to brain injuries include:
- Car and truck crashes
- Construction accidents
- Motorcycle wrecks
- Slip and falls
- Shaken Baby Syndrome
- Bicycle accidents
Traumatic brain injuries cost people in the United States an estimated $60 billion through direct medical costs and indirect costs such as lost wages. Most Texans have enough problems to take care of in their lives. Why should they be forced to carry the financial burden of an injury caused by another? The brain injury attorney of The Marye Law Firm P.C. can help you win compensation for time lost at work, current and future medical bills and expenses, pain and suffering, and other related damages.
If you’ve suffered from a traumatic brain injury in the state of Texas, you need a personal injury law firm with the experience to take on tough cases, and the client dedication to ensure your rights and interests come first.