Brain and Spine injuries Cause Lasting Trauma
Brain and spine injuries often cause permanent injuries. Neurological (brain and spine) injuries typically impact a person’s ability to perform activities of daily living that we often take for granted. These injuries have a ripple effect on family and friends, turning lives upside down in the blink of an eye. If you have suffered brain or spine damage, you need attorneys who understand the medicine and science behind your conditions.
Victims of Neurological Injuries Need Specialized Treatment and Rehabilitation
With permanent injuries, comes the need for a lifetime of care. At Barth Rovnan, our experience in handling these cases helps us recognize when our clients have residual symptoms that may be unrecognized or untreated. We investigate external and internal harm so we can fight for top notch medical care and services to make our client’s quality of life the best it can be. Our experience gives us an advantage in being able to cross examine defense experts by exposing their bias, lack of credibility and disingenuous analysis.
Types of brain and Spine Injuries
- Brain/Spine Infections
- Traumatic Brain Injuries (Concussions)
- Hypoxic/Anoxic Brain Injury (Lack of Oxygen)
- Spinal Contustions
- Cauda Equina Lesion
- Cerebral Palsy
- Closed Head Injury
- Subdural Hematoma
- Hypoxic/Anoxic Spine Injury