Catastrophic Injuries (Brain/Spinal Cord)
Catastrophic injuries are the kind that are long-lasting and sometimes permanent. This type of serious injury includes brain injury, spinal cord injury, paralysis, amputation, disfigurement, and burns.
What are the symptoms of a brain injury?
At times, accidents that on surface do not appear to be serious often cause subtle and unseen damage. Some common symptoms of traumatic brain injury include:
- Blurry vision
- Difficulty focusing
Securing compensation for a brain injury
These physical and mental symptoms vary from person to person due to difficult accident situations. If any of the above symptoms are present soon after an accident or injury, you should seek immediate medical attention.
What are the symptoms of a spinal cord injury?
In a serious car crash or other type of accident, your life can change in an instant. Depending on the severity of the impact, the crash may cause multiple catastrophic injuries, among them spinal cord injury. In low-impact crashes, the spinal cord may sustain reversible damages, correctable by surgery and/or rehabilitation.
In severe impact crashes, however, the victim may suffer permanent paralysis and a lifetime of medical care. Spinal injury which may result in impairment in motor functioning can be physically and emotionally devastating. Complications of spinal chord injury include respiratory difficulties, chronic pain, urinary and bowel management problems, and sexual dysfunction. Spinal chord injury victims may face a lifetime of wheelchair use, several surgeries, ongoing rehabilitation, inability to work, and emotional trauma.
Securing compensation for a spinal cord injury
If you or a loved one suffers from a spinal chord injury, it is crucial to consult with Ken Behzadi as soon as possible. Mr. Behzadi can help you recover all of the compensation to which you may be entitled.
Contacting a personal injury attorney in Los Angeles
If you are in need of a personal injury attorney you should contact Ken Behzadi immediately to learn more about your rights and the legal system process.