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Personal Injury Claims for Brain Injuries Aren’t Like Claims for Other Injuries

Jeff Cole
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While any catastrophic injury can complicate your life, and any personal injury claim can be unexpectedly frustrating, brain injury claims are often uniquely overwhelming for affected families.

Compared to other types of injury claims in South Dakota, brain injuries pose a more sensitive challenge during the claims process because:

  • Brain injuries can be difficult to detect and diagnose.
  • It can be difficult to prove that the symptoms and injury are related.
  • Counseling and mental health treatment is often necessary for full recovery.
  • Your ability to return to work may be severely limited.
  • Insurance companies want to protect their bottom lines after catastrophic injuries.

These challenges make it more important than usual that you have the legal support your family needs as you fight for recovery and compensation. While families are often able to navigate simple personal injury claims on their own, brain injuries are rarely simple and often require an organized and aggressive battle to hold the negligent party accountable for your injuries and make sure you have the compensation you need to make a complete recovery.

Don’t wait until it’s too late to get help with a brain injury claim for you or a loved one. While much is uncertain after a brain injury, it is too easy to make mistakes or accept a settlement that won’t truly take care of your needs. For more information, reach out to our Sioux Falls team directly, or request your free copy of our book, 7 Deadly Sins That Can Wreck Your Injury Claim.

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