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Workplace Traumatic Brain Injury Compensation

A workplace injury can cause an employee to experience considerable medical debt, substantial lost wages and lifelong injuries. One of the most severe examples of this kind of injury is a traumatic brain injury. The consequences of these injuries are devastating and can change the victim’s entire way of living instantly.

We at Robinson Salyers, PLLC, know how severe automatic brain injury can be, and our attorneys have more than 40 years of combined experience in helping employees throughout central Kentucky seek compensation that accurately reflects the total cost of their injury.

Our Experience Is Your Advantage

In the decades that we have been representing our clients’ needs, we have gained a thorough understanding of both workers’ compensation claims and the total cost of a workplace injury. Traumatic brain injury can happen from any type of incident, including:

  • Blunt force trauma
  • A slip-and-fall
  • Vehicle collisions
  • Heavy machinery accidents
  • Rapid shaking of the head

No matter what caused a traumatic brain injury, the consequences of such an injury can include memory loss, loss of bodily function, personality changes, and paralysis. All of these consequences can last a lifetime and come with additional costs along the way. Our team fights to provide you with financial compensation that reflects the current and future medical costs of your injuries, as well as any other incidental cost that comes from your traumatic brain injury.

Do Not Take Any Chances

If you had even a minor accident in the workplace and experienced symptoms like extended dizziness or headaches, blurred vision, nausea or vomiting, memory problems or confusion, and vertigo, you may be suffering from a traumatic brain injury. Talk to a doctor right away to protect your health, then call an attorney to help you pursue the compensation you deserve.

Call our offices in Frankfurt or Shelbyville at 502-220-4439, or email us here to schedule your initial consultation today.