Misconceptions About Brain Injuries
Misconceptions about brain injuries are different among individuals based on their age, gender, education, personal experience and where they live. There are even more misconceptions regarding moderate to severe brain injuries in comparison to misunderstandings about mild brain injuries.
Education, public awareness and research can clear up some of the confusion. However, speaking with the Denver brain injury attorneys of Purvis Gray Thomson, LLP, should be your first step to clear up confusion and misconceptions about brain injuries. During our consultation, we will provide you with facts and answer your questions.
Misunderstandings typically occur regarding these medical aspects of brain injuries:
- Recovery time
- Degree of recovery
- Abilities of brain injury patients
- Misdiagnosis of brain injury patients as mentally ill or learning disabled
- Signs and symptoms of repeated sports-related brain injuries
- Amount of time and change in symptoms that has elapsed since the brain injury occurred
Common Questions Client’s Often Ask
- Am I entitled to compensation because of someone’s negligence?
- Could the brain injury have been prevented?
- Can a brain injury be caused by a manufacturer’s defective product?
- If I didn’t see any symptoms at first do I still have the right to file a brain injury lawsuit?
- What effect will the brain injury have as my child matures and develops?
At Purvis Gray Thomson, LLP, our attorneys are very experienced handling brain injury litigation and can provide individualized legal counsel. If you are looking for a clear understanding of brain injuries, please contact us.