From minor concussions to traumatic brain injuries, any injury to the head can be catastrophic and result in the victim being put in a coma, possible symptoms of amnesia, mental impairment and even death. Brain injuries often require intensive medical care, physical and occupational therapies and even long-term nursing care. Many who suffer from a head injury will need to take time off from work and any current physical activities. If severe, life-changing modification may need to be made in order to accommodate their disabilities.

Aside from the mentioned symptoms, these symptoms can also occur from head injuries:

  • Memory Loss
  • Loss of Sensation (Touch, Taste and Smell)
  • Finding difficulty to communicate or show understanding
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Aggression
  • Personality Alternations

At our Family Law Firm of Sammons, Olivero & Paraschos in West Virginia, we provide an in-depth understanding of brain/head injuries, the physical, mental and financial damages that come along with it, and the serious accidents that cause them. That’s why hiring an experienced Huntington, WV personal injury attorney is a step in the right direction when it comes to seeking the justice that you or a loved one deserves.

You can reach one of our experienced head injury attorneys at (304) 522-7730 to set up your free consultation.