Work with Proven Advocates in Illinois
The surest way to compel a jury to rule on your behalf is by employing
the services of medical experts. Cavanagh Law Group is proud to work with
a number of nationally renowned neurologists, and we couple their intimate
knowledge of proper medical procedure with our deep understanding of the
legal system. The result is a powerful and compelling approach to negotiation,
discovery, testimony and argumentation that has resulted in some of Illinois'
Traumatic Brain Injuries: Mild vs. Severe
Traumatic brain injury can be classified as either mild or severe. A mild
traumatic brain injury occurs if the loss of consciousness, confusion,
or disorientation is less than 30 minutes. Severe traumatic brain injury
occurs if the loss of consciousness lasts more than 30 minutes and if
the memory loss subsequent to the injury lasts longer than 24 hours.
Take a look at the effects of mild traumatic brain injury:
- Difficulty Thinking
- Memory Problems
- Problems Focusing
- Emotional Swings
Even “mild” traumatic brain injuries can devastate a family,
especially if the injured individual is unable to work or perform their
normal duties to the extent that they did before the injury.
The following are some of the effects of severe traumatic brain injury:
- Impairment of Cognitive Functions
- Limited Limb Function
- Abnormal Speech
- Loss of Cognitive Abilities
- Emotional Problems
Changes in the way the brain functions require extensive therapy and medical
attention. Whether your injury or your loved one’s injury is mild
or severe, the effects can be damaging financially, emotionally, and physically.
Call Our Attorneys Today: (844) 515-2223
Here at Cavanagh Law Group, we have been successfully handling brain injury
cases for many years. If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury, you
deserve a compassionate, qualified, and experienced lawyer who understands
the complexity of your situation. We have assembled a team of Chicago
catastrophic injury attorneys that is considered one of the foremost law practices in the
nation for personal injury cases. Whether you have suffered a
slip and fall injury or been the victim of violence, it is essential to get all the facts in
order before you go to trial if you want the best chance of victory. Let
our firm get started today.
Our contingency fee approach means you don’t have to pay legal fees
unless we obtain compensation on your behalf.
Call (844) 515-2223 for the results you deserve.