While all workplace injuries are serious, head and brain injuries require some of the closest attention and care due to their severity.
These types of injuries can disrupt brain function and permanently impair cognitive faculties, causing irreparable damage to quality of life and ability to work. This means that traumatic brain injuries (TBI) victims and family members should be fully compensated for:
- Medical treatment
- Lost wages
- Ongoing lifestyle change and care
While workers’ compensation benefits are set up to provide benefits to injured workers, TBI injuries tend to be more difficult than other injuries. A head injury may present effects that have slow onsets or are otherwise not immediately apparent. As such, it becomes extremely important to reach out to a medical professional and lawyer to protect your rights and interests.
Bettendorf Brain Injury Attorneys
We have obtained significant benefits for clients in more than two decades of workers’ compensation practice. If you or a loved one has suffered a head injury at work, we are ready to help you recover the benefits you deserve. We are prepared to work on cases involving:
- Swelling and bruising of the brain
- Bleeding in the brain
- Loss of brain function
- Wrongful death
The symptoms of brain injuries are nuanced, complicated and contextual. Some symptoms lessen while others get worse. They may include psychological, cognitive or emotional problems that can arise and worsen at variable rates. Because of the complications involved, we urge you to reach out as soon as possible.
To schedule a free initial consultation to discuss an injury on the job in or near Davenport with one of our Davenport work-related head injury attorneys, call 563-441-1616 or email Soper Leddin Law Firm, P.C.