We know how devastating a brain injury can be.
Car accidents, medical mistakes, workplace accidents and many other sources of trauma can all cause brain injuries, and brain injuries can cause instant and permanent effects that can change our lives forever.
After you seek medical attention, call the attorneys at Elk & Elk.
A law firm with the skills, the resources and the connections to protect your rights
It’s devastating enough when you or someone you know has suffered a brain injury, but finding the right lawyer can be a tall order to fill. But if you’ve found this page, look no further.
Our attorneys have the skills, the resources and the connections to successfully represent victims of even the most devastating brain trauma. And we have the experience – 50 years’ worth – and track record to back it up.
Call 1-800-ELK-OHIO for a free consultation with our experienced attorneys. You can also contact us online to learn more about your legal rights and options.
Full of resources and experience, our Ohio injury lawyers can help ease the pain
Over the years, Elk & Elk has handled its share of Ohio traumatic brain injury (TBI) cases. Such cases are usually examples of severe trauma. But what exactly constitutes a traumatic brain injury, especially one for which a victim would want to speak with an attorney about?
According to the Ohio Coalition for Children with Disabilities, this kind of injury can change how a person acts, thinks and moves. The OCCD writes on its website that the term TBI is used for head injuries that can cause changes in one or more areas such as:
Thinking and reasoning
Walking and other physical activities
Seeing and/or hearing
Recent estimates place the number of Americans living with traumatic brain injury at more than 5 million.
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If you recognize any of these symptoms following an accident in which you or someone close to you has suffered a head injury, you may be the victim of more than just a bump on the head. You may have sustained a traumatic head injury and you should consult an attorney.
Complete our online contact form or call us at 1-800-ELK-OHIO for more information.