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The biggest challenge for TBI victims is dealing with their neurocognitive deficits, including their inability to understand what’s going on with them, especially when they physically look fine to themselves in the mirror and to their loved ones. Victims experience frustration which causes anxiety and the depressive symptoms that we discussed earlier. We’ve had cases where victims of this affliction have had to re-learn how to walk. There are big hurdles to overcome for these victims, but the process can become easier with the aid of friends and family.

The biggest hurdle for TBI victims is the inability to understand why they are no longer themselves, and to face their fears regarding what their future prognosis may be. It is our role as lawyers to ensure that that these victims obtain proper care and diagnoses and to help with getting them the care they so desperately need.

Are Future Medical & Rehabilitation Costs Considered In Traumatic Brain Injury Cases?

The short answer is, “yes”. In some TBI cases, the victims require a life care plan, which includes a team of nurses, doctors, neurologists, neuropsychologists, pain management doctors, and other necessary healthcare providers in order to develop a plan for future medical and social care needs for the injured individual. Some examples of future care measures may include a caretaker, at-home medical appliances, and more.

How Important Are Experts And Specialists In Traumatic Brain Injury Cases?

Specialists and experts are very important. They can be helpful in diagnosing and determining the extent of the traumatic brain injury and medical needs. While experts and specialists are essential, the most important roles are held by the victim’s family members, friends, and people in their social circle who are able to illustrate how the injured victim has changed by the tragic injury causing incident.

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