Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Attorneys
Lexington Personal Injury Lawyer
Traumatic brain injuries, or TBIs, and spinal cord injuries are so devasting
because of the harsh repercussions these injuries can have. After sustaining
of these types of injuries it is not uncommon for someone's life to
be changed forever. The James Vaught Law Office, PLLC understands the
emotional and financial toll a
catastrophic injury can take on you and your family, and we are here to help.
At our firm you can expect:
- Personalized attention
- Free consultations
- Years of experience
- A track record of success
How Brain Injuries Can Affect You
Traumatic brain injuries are serious injuries that can be permanent and
often require extremely specialized medical care. There are numerous causes
of TBIs, such as
defective products, work-related injuries,
pedestrian accidents, and many others.
Any damage to the brain, even "minor" injuries, are bound to
have a profound impact on the injured party's life. Often, medical
testing is required to determine the type and extent of a traumatic brain
injury. Medical treatment for a traumatic brain injury can be very expensive
Some of the common effects of a traumatic brain injury include:
- Problem with memory
- Difficulty learning
- Problems with speaking
- Difficulty sleeping
- Lack of coordination / balance
- Mood swings & personality changes
- Impaired vision or hearing
Claims for Spinal Cord Injuries
A spinal cord injury often is classified as a
catastrophic injury because there are few injuries as devastating as a spinal cord injury.
The spinal cord injury plays a pivotal part in many bodily functions.
A spinal cord injury can result in physical, mental and emotional pain
and suffering and create a financial burden due to the costs of medical
care and the negative effects on the injured party's ability to earn
income after sustaining a spinal cord injury.
The severity of a spinal cord injury can be classified as either "complete"
or "incomplete" depending on what part of the spine the sustained
injury. While these categories are broad and include many scenarios one
thing remains consistent, the consequences of these injuries are serious.
Symptoms of spinal cord injuries can include:
- Loss of movement
- Lack of balance
- Breathing impairment
- Back or neck pain
If you or a loved one has suffered from either of these serious injuries,
don't wait to get help today.
Contact attorney James Vaught today for a
no-obligation consultation to discuss your rights and legal options.