Traumatic Brain Injury

More than 1,000,000 people suffer from head injuries each year in the United States. Head impact injuries, especially traumatic brain injuries, can leave the victim in varying states of incapacity. The injuries can manifest themselves in uncontrolled behavior changes or other physical problems.

While blunt trauma to the skull is the most common source of traumatic brain injury, prolonged lack of oxygen, or anoxic brain injury, can also have severe consequences. With traumatic brain injury, the victim’s brain may swell, bruise, and tear, while anoxic brain injury causes the brain cells to die from lack of oxygen.

Many times even mild trauma to the head can produce brain injury. When the head is jostled back and forth in a motor vehicle collision the brain can be thrown against sharp bony ridges in the inside of the skull. This can produce a tearing or shearing of the nerve cells of the brain called axons. Axonal shearing means that valuable brain cells have been destroyed forever and this can result in cognitive dysfunction, memory loss, mental confusion, loss of sense of smell and even personality change (frontal lobe injuries).

The Gober Law Firm utilizes treatment teams of specialists like neurologists, neuro-psychologists and neuro-psychiatrists to deal with the subtle but often devastating symptoms related to mild traumatic brain injury.

We care. We understand that mild traumatic brain injury can be present when most people don’t suspect it. Often treating physicians aren’t even looking for it. But it is real. It is all the more important that a person with such an injury be represented by an advocate who knows about brain injuries. Gary Gober is such an advocate. He is a member of the Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation Group of the American Association for Justice (AAJ). He knows how to handle these cases for maximum effectiveness.

Gary Gober has worked to increase community understanding of brain injury and how to prevent it.

He has worked with the Tennessee Brain Injury Association and the Metro Nashville Police Department to educate kids in our public schools about the need for bike helmet safety when using bikes, and has distributed free bike helmets to the kids.

If you have suffered a serious or catastrophic brain injury due to the negligence of another, you need an experienced, compassionate law firm to make sure that you are fairly compensated. We have helped victims of many different kinds of serious neurological injuries, including the following:

Severe and Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries
Cervical Spine Injury
Closed Head Injury
Lumbar Spine Injury

The Gober Law Firm has the experience you need in the highly complex area of traumatic brain injuries. Mr. Gober has special knowledge of the physical and emotional aspects inherent in these types of injuries and is prepared to provide clients with a wide range of services and counsel. He can also provide you with your best opportunity for full, fair compensation for the pain and suffering, lost wages, medical expenses, and future damages caused by your traumatic event.

If you or someone you care about has had a head injury Contact Us for Personal Injury legal representation at (615) 783-2874. There is no charge for the initial consultation.

STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS: Remember, the Tennessee Statute of Limitations for personal injury is one year from the date of the event causing the injury. If you do not file a lawsuit by that date your claim may be forever barred.

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