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Brain injury victims are often especially vulnerable

| Jan 4, 2017 | Brain Injuries

The human brain is considered by many scientists and medical professionals to be the most complex object known to man. In the human body, its importance is unparalleled. Without a functioning brain, a person will die. When the brain is damaged and not fully functioning, a person may experience any number of different debilitating symptoms that limit a person’s ability to function properly.

Even though the brain is surrounded and protected by the skull, it is still vulnerable to injury and damage. Although brain injuries most commonly occur following an impact to a person’s head, which could lead to a concussion or traumatic brain injury, also known as a TBI, brain injuries may also occur from medical error.

At our law firm, we have been serving the greater Houston, Texas area for over 50 years, working hard to protect victims of all forms of medical malpractice and personal injury. If you or someone you know has been the victim of a brain injury, surgical error, wrongful death, birth injuries or even a failure to diagnose an injury, illness or medical condition, you may be entitled to compensation for the medical malpractice. We understand the importance of protecting each other from the negligence or mistakes of others, and have been fighting hard for decades to make sure that victims are properly compensated when dealing with such cases. Financial compensation for these types of medical errors is oftentimes essential for victims to get some semblance of their lives back, or to pay for medical care and rehabilitative efforts

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