A Life-Changing Injury With Minimal Outward Signs

Few injuries impact your life in the way a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can. The brain is integral to core body functions, yet fragile and easily injured by blunt force or sudden jostling movements. TBIs account for nearly 30 percent of injury-related deaths and are frequently the result of a car accident or fall. A concussion or TBI can affect your motor functions, cognitive skills and emotions.

Outwardly a TBI victim may appear uninjured and normal, but mounting medical expenses and diminished quality of life indicate otherwise. At Holland Injury Law, LLC, we understand the difficulty of life after a TBI. Our firm pursues full compensation for traumatic brain injury victims in St. Louis and the surrounding area. Attorney William K. Holland has brought 43 jury trials to verdict and has recovered 24 settlements of $1 million or more. He is prepared to give your case the same tenacious effort.

Effects Of A Traumatic Brain Injury

A person with a TBI may not have externally visible signs over time because the damage is internal. However, TBI victims often exhibit one or more of the following symptoms that can worsen as pressure within the skull increases.

  • Difficulty speaking or moving
  • Memory loss
  • Recurring headaches
  • Numbness in fingers or toes
  • Inability to wake up from sleep
  • Insomnia
  • Personality changes and unusual behavior such as irritability or combativeness
  • Convulsions or seizures

Brain injuries can rob you of your independence and make work impossible. Your injuries may require extensive medical treatment and ongoing rehabilitation. You may need to pay someone to care for you, drive you places or modify your home, all while not being able to earn a living. Just compensation after a TBI or other life-altering injury is essential to maintaining your financial security.

A Plaintiff's Law Firm Offering Unparalleled Care And Service

You can rely on our extensive knowledge of traumatic brain injuries and resources for guidance in recovery. We can help you seek appropriate treatment such as therapy with a neurologist and neuropsychologist, offering you renewed hope. Let us help you pursue compensation for your current and future needs. Contact our office using our online contact form, or call 314-684-8321 to schedule a free consultation with a Missouri attorney.