Being in an automobile collision can be an extremely jarring experience. It is only natural that in the moments following such an event a person would feel scared to the point of disorientation. It could be a challenge just to compose oneself and assess what happened.
If you are subjected to the sudden physical impact of a motor vehicle accident, you are vulnerable to suffering any number of injuries, including broken bones, lacerations and spinal injuries. But just as devastating, though often less obvious, are brain injuries.
A traumatic brain injury could manifest itself with such symptoms as blurred vision, nausea, dizziness and vomiting. Any of these symptoms could be indicative of more serious issues and demand medical attention and diagnosis. And while these symptoms may fade after a short period of time, sometimes a traumatic brain injury can produce long-term problems.
A brain injury can influence so many aspects of your life. Your motor skills, memory and communication skills could be affected to such as a degree that you may not be able to function in the manner to which you are accustomed. This would place tremendous strain on your personal relationships and limit your capacity to earn a living.
As such, it is extremely important that you have the funds to pay for the medical and other expenses related to your injuries. You may be facing the need for costly treatment as you proceed through the recovery process.
The attorneys at Towe, Ball, Mackey, Sommerfeld & Turner, have experience representing Montanans who have suffered traumatic brain injuries in automobile accidents. We are able to take the steps necessary, whether it is working with insurance companies or taking the matter to court, to help you pursue appropriate compensation.