Proving Your Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Case
The overall objective here is to illustrate your life before and after the mTBI incident. First, it is imperative to collect crash reports, police or EMS incident reports and emergency room reports. These reports must be carefully reviewed to note anytime symptoms of a head injury were mentioned.
The next step is to collect your medical records not only from your primary care physician, but also any neuro-specialist who may have evaluated and recommended a rehabilitation plan. These records will show the status of your general health prior to the incident. They will also be essentially in showing the negative impact that the incident has had on your overall health.
Lastly, but just as vital to your case, is to get testimony from your family members. Specifically, noticeable changes in personality, mood, sleep problems, anxiety or depression, other physical or mental disabilities since the incident. They are in the best position demonstrate the contrast in your quality of life before and after your traumatic brain injury. Most importantly, they can speak to the impact that your injury has had on your family dynamic and the negative impacts on your day-to-day life.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below are a few commonly asked questions related to traumatic brain injuries. For more information visit our Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney page.
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