Recognizing The Severity Of A Traumatic Brain Injury

A falling object at a construction work site or a car accident while driving a delivery truck could result in a brain injury. What are the available treatment options? How long could it take to recover? Was there permanent damage? When a loved one sustains a serious brain injury in a workplace accident, you need to speak with a lawyer who understands brain injuries.

During a free initial consult, a workers' compensation attorney at Glauber Berenson will explain the legal process and answer your questions. With more than 30 years helping injured workers in the Glendale/Pasadena area, we appreciate and understand what you are going through. Our team of experienced professionals will strive to help your family obtain all benefits available under California law.

Common Symptoms Of A Head Injury

As is the case with most types of workplace injuries, each individual is affected differently by a brain injury. Challenges can be broken into three main categories and may include:

  • Physical — Severe headaches, extreme fatigue, dizziness and loss of balance, weakness and numbness in your fingers or toes
  • Sensory — Sensitivity to light, ringing in your ears, blurry vision, confusion and behavior changes
  • Cognitive — Depression or anxiety along with memory loss and difficulty focusing

We care about you and want to see you reach the fullest recovery. Our team will check in with you frequently and keep you up to date on the status of your case.

Speak To An Experienced Attorney

If a loved one suffers a brain injury in an on-the-job accident, it affects the whole family. Our workers' compensation team will help you through a stressful time and minimize the financial implications related to medical expenses and lost wages. Send us an email or call 626-657-0581 to schedule an initial appointment free of charge with one of our work injury lawyers.