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Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury

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A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a disruption of normal brain function that can occur as a result of a blow to the head or sudden acceleration and deceleration forces (whiplash).

The severity of brain injury may range from “mild brain injury” involving an alteration in mental status or consciousness to “severe brain injury” involving an extended period of unconsciousness or amnesia.

The majority of mild brain injuries usually resolve within 6 months.

However, some people never completely recover from a mild brain injury or concussion and may be left with one or more of the following problems:

  • Physical Symptoms: dizziness, headaches, sleep disturbance, fatigue and lethargy;
  • Cognitive Deficits: issues with attention, concentration, short-term memory or executive functions;
  • Behavioral & Emotional Changes: irritable, easily angered, impulsive, or mood swings.

We Can Help

When dealing with an accident-related brain injury, figuring out the appropriate recovery steps to take can be overwhelming.

Contact a lawyer at Slater Vecchio to tell your side of the story and learn about the options available to you.

Slater Vecchio Mild to Severe Brain Injuries Cases

Terracciano (Guardian ad litem of) v. Etheridge, 1997 BCSC, B943125
$2.7 million
Spehar (Guardian ad litem of) v. Beazley, 2004 BCSC 926
$7.5 million
Aberdeen v. Township of Langley, 2007 BCSC 993
$5.6 million
Grewal v. Brar, 2004 BCSC 1157
$2.8 million
Heringa v. Mah, 2000 BCCA 490
$6 million
Sammartino v. Hiebert, 1996 BCSC, B822857
$2 million
Kerr v. Paterson, BCSC 2007, Jury Trial
$2.4 million

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