Kenneth Goldblatt | October 20, 2018 | Personal Injury
Rockland County Residents with Traumatic Brain Injuries -What areas of functioning may be affected by injury to the brain? That is a question we field often in our specialty of TBI injuries here at Goldblatt and Associates. The reality is that any or all of the functions the brain controls may be impacted. However, given that individuals differ greatly in their response to injury, any specific individual may experience only one, a few, or most of the possible effects. Further, a change in any of the possible areas of dysfunction, if it occurs at all, will vary in intensity across individuals — from very subtle to moderate to life threatening.
Your Rockland County family is dealing with one of the most difficult injuries possible. A severe brain injury has you and your family terrified – first the confusion surrounding the accident, how it happened and how it could have been prevented, and now all the unanswered questions surrounding the extent of the brain injury and how it will affect your loved ones future. With all of your worrying and wondering, you may be ready to do something proactive, something to protect your loved one and his or her right to top medical care.
The law firm of Goldblatt & Associates, P.C. is here to answer all your questions and provide peace of mind in any way we can. Those who’ve never hired a lawyer before may be wary of attorneys and nervous about the process. You must remember that our attorneys are here to serve your family. Our job is to make sure your rights are protected.
To learn more about Traumatic Brain Injury, contact the New York brain injury lawyers at Goldblatt and Associates to schedule a free consultation. We serve accident victims throughout New York including Orange, Sullivan, Dutchess and Rockland Counties. We offer a free consultation, and receive no fee unless we are successful. Call 1-800-567-9888 today.