North Carolina Personal Injury: Brain Injuries and Post-Concussive Disorder
Mar 25, 2018 by epfaff
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The seriousness of a brain injury is not always initially clear. Someone suffering from a traumatic brain injury may at first experience bouts of dizziness, headaches and sometimes even personality changes. You may have thought you or your loved one had a concussion when in reality the diagnosis may be much more serious.
If you or your loved one suffered from a work-related traumatic brain injury, you may feel overwhelmed with questions. How will you cover the medical bills that have spiraled out of control? Will you ever be able to work or enjoy the activities you did before your work-related injury?
At Brown, Moore & Associates, PLLC, in Charlotte, North Carolina, we believe you shouldn’t have to face this time of uncertainty alone. Our workers’ compensation attorneys have years of experience advocating for clients injured at work. We know the law and will take every measure possible to assert your rights. Contact our Charlotte traumatic brain injuries on-the-job lawyers today for a free initial consultation.
We have extensive experience advocating for clients suffering from brain injuries as a result of workplace accidents, including:
If you have a traumatic brain injury as a result of a work-related accident, you may be entitled to recover benefits through North Carolina’s workers’ compensation system. This no-fault system is designed to help workers obtain compensation for medical expenses, vocational rehabilitation and in some cases disability benefits.
Unfortunately, navigating the workers’ compensation system is not always a smooth process. Workers’ compensation doctors have been known to say injured workers are ready to return to work before they have fully recovered. Insurance companies sometimes refuse to approve necessary medical treatment. Other times, doctors hand-picked by workers’ compensation insurers underestimate the seriousness of a brain injury.
At Brown, Moore & Associates, PLLC, we are committed to helping you assert your legal rights. We can help to get you evaluated by an objective doctor focused on determining the seriousness of your brain injury. An objective medical opinion could prove to be invaluable in helping us secure the full amount of workers’ compensation you are entitled to recover.
A job injury could affect you far differently than it may affect someone else. If you were injured in a work-related accident, you cannot afford an undervalued settlement. At Brown, Moore & Associates, PLLC, we understand what you have at stake and will take every measure possible to help you secure the full amount of compensation you are entitled for any work-related medical expenses and lost wages. Contact our work injury attorneys today for a free initial consultation in Charlotte, North Carolina.