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Oklahoma Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyers


Privett Law has the experience and expertise necessary to represent victims of traumatic brain injury resulting from wrongful and negligent acts. These acts can include using a defective product, slipping and falling on dangerous premises, being the victim of a car accident, and/or being the victim of a physical assault.


The severity of a traumatic brain injury can range from mild—such as a brief delay in mental status or consciousness, to severe—in which a victim suffers from a prolonged period of unconsciousness and/or amnesia.


Traumatic Brain Injury Statistics


It is estimated that more than 83,000 Americans are hospitalized each year for traumatic brain injury, approximately 200,000 will die each year from such an injury, and roughly 5.3 million Americans are living today with a traumatic brain injury disability. The leading causes of traumatic brain injury are car crashes, violence—such as physical assault and battery, and falls.


Types of Traumatic Brain Injury


Traumatic brain injury can be caused by excessive force to the head, such as hitting the dashboard of a car, or by an object passing through the skull and piercing the brain, such as a bullet from a gun. The major causes of traumatic brain injury are motor vehicle accidents, falls, sports injuries, violent crimes, and child abuse.


Types of TBI Injuries Suffered


Injuries suffered as the result of a traumatic brain injury can include communication difficulties (due to speech and language areas being damaged), walking, balance, and coordination difficulties, changes in the ability to smell or hear, and changes in memory and cognitive abilities. Traumatic brain injury can also cause epilepsy and increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and other brain disorders.


Damages Available From Traumatic Brain Injury Accidents


Types of damages available for traumatic brain injury victims include compensation for medical treatment, present and future, loss of income such as wages, bonuses, overtime pay and promotional pay, and loss of estimated future income that has been lost as the result of the accident. The family of a traumatic brain injury wrongful death victim may also be entitled to income wages, both past and future, and other forms of punitive damages.


Why Hire an Oklahoma Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer?


Traumatic brain injury can cause irreparable damage and substantial medical bills. If you or a loved one has experienced any kind of accident that could have caused a traumatic brain injury, you should seek immediate medical attention as internal brain injuries may not be clearly detected without a qualified medical examination. Further, if you are the victim of a traumatic brain injury, and your injury was caused by another party’s negligence, it is important to contact Privett Law as soon as possible, as you may be entitled to compensation for injuries sustained.


Oklahoma Statute of Limitations


The statute of limitations for traumatic brain injury claims in the State of Oklahoma is generally two years from the date of injury or wrongful death. However, if the injury is not discovered until a later time, it is possible that the statute of limitations would be two years from the date the injury is discovered. For more information regarding your specific traumatic brain injury claim, please contact Privett Law today, to protect your legal rights and fight for any compensation to which you are entitled.


Oklahoma Justice and TBI


Due to the sheer force that causes a traumatic brain injury, victims of such injuries often face serious or fatal consequences. If you or a loved one has been the victim of a traumatic brain injury in the State of Oklahoma, you do have legal rights and you may be entitled to file a claim against those responsible for your pain and suffering. Contacting Privett Law to represent your case guarantees that the maximum amount of compensation will be fought for, and that you will receive solid and unwavering legal representation. Please call the firm today for a full consultation.


Traumatic brain injury can be an immediate life-altering event, but can also be disguised as a subtle condition that does not reveal any medical problems for months or even years to come. Because of this, if you or a loved one has experienced any kind of accident in which the head or neck was affected, it is critical to seek immediate medical attention, even if there are no physical symptoms of an injury present. In addition, it is important to contact Privett Law who can provide a traumatic brain injury victim, and his or her family, with qualified representation and solid legal answers. Contact the firm today for a full consultation.