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The Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) has marked March 2014 as brain injury awareness month. The organization’s primary message is that brain injuries can happen anytime, anywhere, and to anyone.
According to the BIAA factsheet, 35% of traumatic brain injuries are caused by falls, 17% by car crashes, and 16% by workplace accidents. This means that a large portion of these injuries could happen because of the negligence of someone else. If this is the case, it is necessary to consult with a brain injury attorney.
The factsheet states, for some people, these injuries lead to lifelong diseases. The BIAA also explains that hospital-based care averages costs of approximately $8,000 per day, and out patient treatments can cost anywhere from $600 to $2,500 per day, depending on the nature of the treatment.
If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury due to someone else’s negligence, you should not have to bear this burden. A brain injury attorney will protect your rights as you take legal action against those who have harmed you.
A brain injury can affect you for the rest of your life. It can potentially keep you from being able to return to work or follow the career path for which you have trained.
When you hire a brain injury attorney, they may not only help you seek compensation for your medical expenses, but also help you seek payment for your loss of earning potential. If someone has altered your life in a drastic way, they should be held responsible for their actions.
Traumatic brain injuries are extremely serious conditions that everyone should work to prevent. You can do your part by looking for a Brain Injury Awareness Month event in your area in March this year.