TBIs and Sensory Loss
Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can leave victims with substantial disabilities that may require long-term management and substantial medical attention for the rest of their life. In particular, if a person experiences sensory loss due to a brain injury, they may find themselves with massive financial burdens as well as overwhelming physical and emotional concerns.
Although recovering from sensory loss is not always possible, victims of TBIs that sustain such damage may be able to pursue legal action against the person who caused their injury. At Yearout & Traylor, P.C., we help people in Birmingham facing such situations evaluate their options and seek the compensation they often need to handle the repercussions associated with a TBI.
The Effects of Sensory Loss due to TBIs
Injury-induced sensory loss can lead to a catastrophic change in a person’s lifestyle. In fact, they may:
- No longer be capable of enjoying hobbies
- Be unable to continue working or work in a particular career field
- Have a decreased quality of life
- Need disability modifications in a home or place of work
- Need extensive disability management or treatment
These kinds of losses can have a considerable impact on a person’s way of life. In addition to these concerns, the financial issues associated with developing a disability can compound a person’s problems. However, help may be available.
Discuss Sensory Loss and TBIs with a Lawyer in Birmingham
If you or someone you love has sustained a brain injury because of another person’s negligence, the costs involved with managing sensory loss and other disabilities can seem overwhelming. However, compensation may be available to help cover many of the costs associated with these injuries. For a no-cost consultation with an experienced, qualified legal professional about your options, contact a lawyer from Yearout & Traylor, P.C., at 205.414.8160 today.