brain injuryTraumatic Brain Injuries

The brain is a complex organ that is composed of many sections, each controlling different functions of the body. When the brain is injured it can result in devastating effects. Following an accident to the head, the personality, physical being, and mental state of the victim may become different.

Those who have suffered such an injury do have resources, but the consequences of this type of injury are devastating.  Rehabilitation specialists can help the injured recover.

The aftermath of a head injury can be very worrisome and confusing for the loved one of a victim as they deal with a whirlwind of emotions, doctors and hospital staff, insurance companies, and the like.


Here are some annual United States statistics regarding brain injury:

  • Approximately 80,000 people face long-term disability due to brain injuries.
  • Traumatic Brain Injury is the cause of death for over 50,000 individuals.
  • Roughly $30 billion is spent on brain injury related issues each year.


Everyone is at risk for head injuries, including infants, toddlers, and the elderly. Listed below are some of the many causes of brain injuries:

  1. Sports Accidents
  2. Abuse
  3. Violent Crime
  4. Surgery
  5. Falls
  6. Swimming Pool or Diving Accidents
  7. Construction Site Accidents
  8. Automobile Accidents
  9. Motorcycle Accidents
  10. Bicycle Accidents
  11. Stroke


Brain Damage / Brain Injury

A traumatic head injury is a potentially life altering event and may result in long-term or short-term impairments. Brain injuries have differing levels of severity and affect each victim differently. A person who has suffered a brain injury may have to readjust many areas of their life and may not be able to continue living the way they did before the injury.


Some areas that may be affected as a result of brain injury may include:

  • Speech and Language
  • Sequencing
  • Attention
  • Personality
  • Physical Movement
  • Abstract Reasoning
  • Problem Solving Skills
  • Visual Skills
  • Reading
  • Memory
  • Mood
  • Hand-eye Coordination
  • Seizures
  • Balance
  • Swallowing


Brain injury impacts the lives of family members and loved ones as they must now help in the recovery process. This process can be emotionally and financial draining on the victim and loved ones. A variety of medications, surgeries, and rehabilitation may be necessary.


Tucson Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney

If you or a loved one has been the victim of an accident that caused brain injury contact the TBI attorneys at the Lara Law Firm, PLLC.


Injuries to the Brain

It is well known that the brain is one of the softest areas of tissue in the body.  When it sustains a serious injury, it can result in loss of bodily functions, paralysis or even wrongful death.  At Lara Law, we represent clients who have been seriously injured due to the carelessness, negligence or recklessness of another.  If you or someone you love has received a brain injury from an accident, contact a Tucson person injury attorney in our offices for help.


The Lara Law lawyers and staff have worked with thousands of clients and represented them through the entire legal process on their cases, obtaining millions of dollars of compensation for those injured.  We know that figuring out the future after you or a loved one has sustained a serious brain injury is not only about money, because financial recompense will never undo the past.  However, the financial burdens of medical costs, life-style limitations and other factors brought about by catastrophic head injury can be overwhelming.  Getting you rightful and full compensation is a way of bringing significant relief.


Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney in Tucson


There are a number of ways the brain can be injured, but they mostly involve some kind of physical impact to the brain itself.  Anything from a severe concussion to a stroke caused by wrong medication can all result in permanent brain damage.


Accidents which can cause brain injury include car accidents, motorcycle accidents, trucking accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, construction accidents, slip and fall accidents, workplace accidents, fires and explosions, elderly abuse or even medical malpractice from surgery or wrong medication or doses.  Consequences can be severe and may include such things as paralysis (quadriplegia or paraplegia), memory loss, loss of motor control in parts of the body, chronic headaches or dizziness, reduction or loss of equilibrium.


If you or anyone in your family has suffered with an injury to the brain due to another’s negligence, we can be contacted to help you build your case for the highest settlement or award you deserve.


Contact a Tucson Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer from our Firm to discuss any brain injury case and get experienced legal representation for your claim.