Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers In La Habra, Culver City, Encinitas & Menlo Park

There are many different types of injuries a person can suffer in an accident or a personal injury accident. One of the most devastating types of injuries are categorized as catastrophic injuries. As the name suggests, these types of accidents can have a significant impact on a person’s quality of life.

By definition from medical experts, severe damage or injuries are significant injuries to the spinal cord, spine and brain. Often these types of injuries are spinal fractures and skull. The medical term for catastrophic injuries matches the legal definition of one.

These types of injuries can cause a lot of suffering for the person impacted. It’s common for catastrophic injuries to permanently disfigure or disable the injured person. Examples of common catastrophic injuries include traumatic brain injuries, paralysis head and neck injuries, spinal injuries, amputations of limbs or loss to functions of limbs, burns and disfigurement.

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Braff Injury Trial Law Group is one of the top legal team with a specialty in dealing with traumatic brain and spinal cord injury claims in California. Our firm has extensive experience in these types of lawsuits from injuries caused by vehicle collisions, sports related accidents, assault and battery, medical malpractice or gunshot wounds.

Traumatic Brain Injuries

When it comes to diagnosing traumatic brain injuries, called TBIs, the level of injury will be classified as either mild, severe, or catastrophic in nature. The diagnosis is partially impacted by the level of disruption in the normal life and brain function of the victim.

Braff Injury Trial Law Group have a team of personal injury lawyers that have seen a wide variety of traumatic brain injuries. Some people never recover from their injuries and must learn to live with their new level of abilities which may be significantly lower than what they had. Other victims of TBIs can recover during the first two to three years after the accident.

Victims of TBIs suffer emotional, physical, and cognitive impairments. Sometimes these impairments are live long with no chance of improvement. Other times the victim may fully recover or recover to the point where the impairments don’t have a big impact on their quality of life. Regardless of the length the person experiences the impairment, the victim often becomes frustrated and isolated with reduced concentration abilities, memory function and may withdraw from other people.

Injuries to the Spinal Cord

Braff Injury Trial Law Group has handled innumerable lawsuits for people that were injured with spinal cord damage, as well. This kind of trauma to the spine means a vertebra gets fractured through a blow to the spine. This results in short-term or permanent changes to the spinal function which means the person may experience loss of muscle function and nerve sensations that leads to numbness or pain.

If you’ve experienced any of these types of injuries, contact Braff Injury Trial Law Group today to find out what we can do for you regarding traumatic brain and spinal cord injury claims for victims in California.