When your head hit the ground, you saw a white flash. You tried to speak, but the words came out as gibberish. You tried to walk, but the world was spinning. Your doctor said you had a concusion. Its been six months since the fall. You're still are not yourself.
A traumatic brain injury (“TBI”) is a serious and life-changing injury that can lead to physical and/or cognitive difficulties requiring intense rehabilitative care. Even with intensive treatment, a traumatic brain injury may cause symptoms that are severe enough to cause a permanent or long term disability.
Here's are the key tips you need to know before filing your traumatic brain injury long term disability claim.