Traumatic Brain Injury

The brain injury lawyers at the McArthur Law Firm represent clients in personal injury claims throughout Georgia. We represent victims of traumatic brain injuries that were caused by the carelessness or neglect of another person.

Advocating For Traumatic Brain Injury Victims And Families

Brain injury attorney Kathy McArthur has spent decades fighting for victims of head and brain injuries in Macon, Atlanta and throughout Georgia. She has represented victims and families both nationwide and statewide in Albany, Columbus and Atlanta as well as Savannah, Augusta and a number of other cities.

As the wife of a physician, Kathy McArthur has great respect for the medical field and takes traumatic brain injury (TBI) cases very seriously. The McArthur Law Firm has years of experience helping victims whose lives have been altered as a result of traumatic injury to the brain and gaining the brain injury settlements and verdicts they deserve.

What Causes A Traumatic Brain Injury?

Concussions are the most common form of traumatic brain injury. Concussions can range from mild to serious with even mild concussions being disruptive to daily life. TBIs are quite common with nearly 1.5 million Americans sustaining a TBI every year. More than five million Americans need long-term help with daily life because of a TBI.

While the most common cause of TBIs are falls, particularly in children and the elderly, other causes include but are not limited to:

What Are Common Brain Injury Symptoms?

Traumatic brain injuries occur when an external force causes brain dysfunction. Mild traumatic brain injury may cause temporary dysfunction of brain cells. Whereas, more severe TBIs can result in bruising, bleeding, torn tissues and any other damage to the brain that can lead to serious long-term complications that require extensive brain injury treatment.

Physical symptoms:

  • Loss of consciousness
  • No loss of consciousness, but feelings of confusion or disorientation
  • Severe headache
  • Fatigue
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Sleeping more than usual
  • Dizziness or loss of balance

Sensory symptoms:

  • Sensory problems, such as blurred vision and ringing in the ears
  • Increased sensitivity to light or sound

Cognitive or mental symptoms:

  • Memory loss or difficulty concentrating
  • Erratic mood changes
  • Depression and anxiety

Contact Our Brain Injury Lawyers For A Free Consultation

We have a proven record of being aggressive advocates for people who otherwise lack a voice in our justice system. Don’t be fooled and become a victim of a bad lawyer. All brain injury lawyers are NOT the same! Find and demand the best. It won’t cost you higher fees and you will get more money.

To learn about how the McArthur Law Firm can represent you in a traumatic brain injury lawsuit and help make sure you receive the brain injury treatment you need, contact our brain injury law attorneys at 404-565-1621. We practice nationwide.

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If you’d like to learn more about the different types of personal injury cases McArthur Law Firm handles, read our informative articles below. We explain all the different types of personal injury cases we handle.