Traumatic Head Injuries

Traumatic brain injury can occur when something impacts the head or a sharp object pierces the skull and damages the brain tissue. This can cause serious disorders or impairment and will often require extensive treatment. Unfortunately, brain damage is not easily curable, leaving the individual and their family devastated. If this personal injury was due to the negligence of another party, those individuals should be punished for the damage, as well as pain and suffering they have inflicted.

George R TuckerLocated in Hammond, attorney George R. Tucker has frequently handled catastrophic personal injury cases involving traumatic head injuries, traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and concussions. He understands the incredible burden put upon the victim and their family and he dedicates a substantial part of his work to protecting the rights of those injured. A compassionate attorney with extensive experience in this area can be difficult to find in southeastern Louisiana, making Mr. Tucker a tremendous asset if you or a loved one has experienced this life-changing event.

Symptoms Of TBI Are Easy To Recognize

There are number of indicators that you or a loved one has experienced a severe brain event. These include the following:

  • Headaches
  • Short-term memory loss
  • Vomiting
  • Change in behavior or personality
  • Slurred speech
  • Numbness or weakness of limbs
  • Dilated pupils

Brain injuries or concussions have varying degrees of severity, but even seemingly minor symptoms should immediately be diagnosed and treated by a doctor with a background in neuroscience.

A Knowledgeable Attorney Is An Important Part Of Your Recovery

It is also important to speak with a lawyer like George R. Tucker who has experience with these kinds of injuries. While he is not a medical doctor, Mr. Tucker can be instrumental in helping you and your family get compensation for the loss of present and future wages, medical treatment and ongoing therapy, as well as other injury-related expenses. Whether going to court or negotiating a settlement, Mr. Tucker is not paid until the case is settled in favor of the victim and their family.

Contact George R. Tucker, Attorney At Law, Today To Discuss Your TBI Case

We can be reached through our contact page, or by calling 985-318-0130.