Brain Injuries

Indiana Brain Injury Attorneys

Of all injuries, brain injuries can prove to be especially debilitating and permanent. They are a serious injury that can change your quality of life forever. If you or a loved one has experienced a brain injury that others may be to blame for, contacting a brain injury attorney can help.

Brain Injuries

What Are Traumatic Brain Injuries?

Traumatic brain injuries, or TBIs for short, are becoming more and more common. Many people have heard of TBIs through media coverage of permanent injuries to football players, including severe concussions. However, TBIs can be suffered through other means as well.

Baker Law Team brings a small team of experienced, personable brain injury attorneys to your side. Our team is in Indianapolis, and we provide a welcoming, comfortable office where you can meet us to discuss your case.

How Common Are TBIs?

TBIs are alarmingly common. In fact, about 30 percent of all injury deaths involve a TBI, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Every day in the United States, more than 140 people die from injuries that include TBIs, and in 2013 alone, TBIs contributed to the deaths of roughly 50,000 people nationwide, the CDC further reports.

Are You or a Loved One the Victim of a TBI?

Brain injuries can affect all ages, demographics and backgrounds, from newborn babies to senior adults. Brain injury could result from sports or recreational activities. Brain injury can also result from a car accident, a fall, a trip or at the hands of an individual. Brain injury can be intentionally or accidentally caused by another person. In either case, another party can be held liable. An attorney can help you understand others’ involvement.

What Types of Brain Injuries Are Considered TBIs?

Brain injuries can vary in severity depending on how they occurred, how quickly treatment was given, whether the proper treatment and care were given, and the severity of impact. Types of brain injuries include:

  • Concussion
  • Injuries caused by shaking, including shaken baby syndrome
  • Contusion or brain bleeding
  • Blunt-force trauma to the head
  • Penetration of the skull or brain by an object

What Are the Repercussions of Brain Injury?

Brain injuries are serious and life-threatening. Dealing with medical bills and therapy can cause financial repercussions for injured patients and their families. There may also be loss of employment, loss of income and reduced quality of life. Brain injuries can also cause:

  • Memory loss
  • Difficulties with speech, vision or hearing
  • Challenges with decision making
  • Inability to work or inability to work in the prior profession
  • An impact on critical thinking skills and interpersonal skills

We Treat You Like Family at Baker Law Team

At Baker Law Team, we are a family practice, and we treat each client like family. Don’t suffer any longer. By speaking to a qualified brain injury attorney today, you can find out whether you can seek compensation in your brain injury case. Give us a call today at 317-524-6900. We will schedule a time to meet with you and personally assess your case.