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Moving forward after a TBI due to medical malpractice

| Jun 9, 2017 | Medical Malpractice

Suffering a brain injury can be incredibly difficult for an array of reasons. Not only do TBI victims sometimes encounter stress, painful headaches, and upsetting changes to their mood or personality, but they may be even more bothered to know that the injury never should have happened. At Beebe and O’Neil, , we know that some patients suffer brain injuries in Connecticut due to medical malpractice and we believe that they deserve a voice.

A traumatic brain injury may occur because of a surgical error or as a result of problems related to general anesthesia. However, there are far more ways that medical malpractice can lead to a brain injury, such as problems during child birth, medication errors, and a medical professional’s failure to monitor a patient properly.

Regardless of the reason why your brain was injured, you may face a lengthy path forward. Sometimes, victims of medical malpractice who sustain brain injuries are never able to fully restore their lives to normal, which can be upsetting for them as well as their loved ones. If you have personally found yourself in this challenging situation, you should immediately assess any options that are available.

Sadly, brain injuries will keep occurring and victims will need to find a way to adjust afterward. TBIs can be incredibly difficult, but they do not always have to leave victims and their families feeling hopeless. If you go over to our page that focuses on personal injury, you can read even more about traumatic brain injuries and other matters related to this area of law.


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