Having a brain injury can affect the way you live your life. It can mean permanent tremors, difficulty walking, failing to remember what you had for dinner yesterday or not being able to recall who called you 10 minutes ago. You can be facing extraordinary challenges because you were in an accident that was no fault of your own. It could have been a vehicle accident or a slip and fall at the store or in someone's home. Whatever happened, you are traumatized and need help.
Some of the more debilitating injuries that occur are paralysis, pain and discomfort, loss of feeling in your extremities, memory loss and mood swings. By far the most debilitating injury has to be memory loss. There is immediate memory loss, short-term memory loss and long-term memory loss.
Immediate memory loss means that you can't remember what someone told you five minutes ago and can be extremely frustrating because, unless you write it down, you won't remember the answer. Short-term memory loss is when you can't remember a conversation that happened yesterday. Again, it can be a difficult blow to cope with. Long-term memory loss can mean that you don't remember getting married or having children.
The Boettcher, Ingle, Devinney & Wicker Law Group can help. We have over 65 years of combined experience to put to work on your behalf. We can take care of all the details that can be confusing to you. We want you to take care of yourself and leave the negotiating and talking to us. We want you to get a fair settlement and will do our best to ensure that this happens.
Put us to work. We want what is best for you and will fight for your justice.