Brain injuries are some of the most devastating injuries you can suffer in life. Also known as traumatic brain injuries, or TBI, these injuries can change your life in an instant. Victims of TBI often suffer these injuries if they are involved in serious accidents. The accidents that most often lead to TBI include motor vehicle accidents, construction accidents, slip, and fall accidents, and even assault and battery. Victims of TBI have a right to obtain compensation for their injuries from the party or parties responsible. That’s why it’s important to consult with a Washington brain injury attorney from the office of Shenderovich, Shenderovich & Fishman. Our team will mount a strong case and fight for your right to compensation.


The long-term effects of a TBI can be devastating. You or your loved one will suffer from issues with memory, trouble with language and speaking, difficulty controlling your emotions, trouble caring for yourself, and more. A TBI can change the way you will live your life. If it is serious enough you might need to learn how to talk, feed yourself, bathe and clothe yourself all over again. Or, you might require a caregiver living with you around the clock to help with the most mundane activities of daily life.


The most common signs of a TBI include the following:

  • Seizures
  • Repeated vomiting
  • Loss of consciousness after an accident
  • Headache that worsens or persists
  • One or both pupils are dilated
  • Clear fluid coming from the ears or nose
  • Sleeping more often than normal
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Loss of balance
  • Problems with concentration or memory loss
  • Mood swings
  • Feelings of anxiousness or depression
  • Sensitive to sound or light
  • Numbness in the toes or the fingers
  • Slurred speech
  • Combativeness or agitation
  • Problems with coordination
  • Falling into a coma

This is not an exhaustive list of the symptoms associated with TBI. There are many others that can appear after you are injured in an accident. That’s why it’s so important to always seek medical care following an accident, even if you believe you haven’t been injured. It might take a couple of days for some symptoms to present themselves. You will want to be able to document that you saw a doctor immediately after an accident in which you were involved. It will go a long way towards helping any legal case you decide to file down the road against the parties responsible for the accident that led to your injuries.


If you or a loved one has been injured in any type of accident that has led to TBI it is important that you speak to an experienced Washington brain injury attorney about your situation. You should not be left to fend for yourself or struggle to pay the medical bills stemming from the injury that was caused by another party. Call the office of Shenderovich, Shenderovich and Fishman today at 888-98-TWINS(89467) to schedule your initial consultation.

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