Austin Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer
Serving Victims & Families Throughout Texas
Traumatic brain injuries, or TBIs for short, occur when a blow to the head
or a violent outside force causes brain dysfunction. TBIs can result from
auto accidents, assaults, sports injuries, and serious slip and fall accidents. These
injuries can take a long time to heal and can potentially have life-altering
consequences not only for victims, but for families as well.
If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury because of
someone else’s negligence, contact The Stewart Law Firm, PLLC as
soon as possible to discuss your legal options at no cost or obligation
to you. You may be entitled to compensation for costs related to your
accident, including past and anticipated medical care, lost income and
earning capacity, pain and suffering, loss of quality of life, and more.
With decades of experience in
personal injury and
brain injury law, we have recovered millions of dollars for the injured.
Types of Traumatic Brain Injury
Concussion: The most common type of TBI which may or may not result in a loss of
Coup-contrecoup: Occurs when an outside force is so strong that it causes the brain to
strike both sides of the inside of the skull, causing bruising to both
sides of the brain.
Contusion: An area of bruising (bleeding) on the brain which may require surgical removal.
Diffuse axonal: Large nerve fibers are sheared in many areas throughout the brain, causing
loss of connections among neurons.
Penetrative: Occurs when a foreign object breaks through the skull and pierces the
brain (such as a gunshot wound).
TBI can have a profound impact on a person’s life, potentially affecting
their ability to live an independent life, complete daily tasks, and enjoy
the same level of employment they did before their accident.
Whether your doctor has classified your brain injury as mild, moderate,
or severe, it is important to remember that
all brain injuries should be considered serious. If not properly cared for,
brain injuries may not have a chance to fully heal and may lead to lasting
- Memory problems
- Cognitive impairment
- Difficulty concentrating
- Mood swings
- Frustration or aggression
- Chronic headaches
- Difficulty with interpersonal relationships
You May Be Entitled to Compensation – Call Us Today
We understand the physical, emotional, and financial consequences of TBIs.
While nothing can undo an accident that never should have happened, we
want you to know that we are here to help you find justice. When you retain
our firm, we will thoroughly investigate your accident to determine who
can be held responsible, what damages you are entitled to, and what your
options are. We want to make you and your family whole again by ensuring
your financial future and continued care.
To schedule a consultation with an Austin brain injury attorney, please
call us at (512) 271-5112.