Brain Injuries

Brain Injuries

If you suffer a brain injury while on the job, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation from your employer. Brain injuries can be extremely difficult for a victim of an accident. These injuries can result in mental unrest, motor issues, forgetfulness, and more.

It’s not just pain and suffering that can occur from a brain injury – you may also have excessive medical bills. Brain injuries can be expensive and time-consuming to treat.

If you want to speak to a workers’ compensation attorney about a brain injury claim, please contact our team at Lerner, Moore, Silva, Cunningham & Rubel. You can schedule free brain injury compensation consultations by dialing (909)889-1131 today!

Difficulties Associated with Brain Injuries

If you suffer a brain injury in the workplace, it can result in a range of difficulties which may entitle you to compensation. Let’s explore a few of the problems associated with brain injuries:

• Forgetfulness: Brain injuries can drastically impact memory – sufferers may have a reduced capacity to recall information.

• Emotional Instability/Mood Swings: Brain injuries can result in emotional instability, outbursts, mood swings, and a variety of other emotional problems.

• Reduced Motor Function: Brain injuries can result in a loss of motor function – which means reduced coordination or ability to move.

• Depression/Anxiety: Brain injuries can also result in severe depression and anxiety.

Above are just a few of the many difficulties associated with brain injuries resulting from workplace accidents. These side effects can impact your ability to work and generate income.

If you’re wondering what other problems may result from this type of workplace injury, speaking to your physician can help.

How Can a Lawyer Help Seek Compensation for Brain Injuries?

Workers’ compensation lawyers are extremely useful for individuals seeking compensation for a workplace injury. If you have suffered a brain injury and want to seek compensation without making mistakes, using a lawyer is a good option.

Claiming for a brain injury can be complex, especially if you have no legal background. At Lerner, Moore, Silva, Cunningham & Rubel, we aim to clarify the process and streamline your claim. We work quickly to help you secure the funds you need to meet your financial obligations.

Don’t Delay a Brain Injury Workers’ Compensation Claim!

If you’ve suffered a brain injury because of a workplace incident, you can’t afford to delay seeking compensation. Unfortunately, California limits most workers’ compensation cases to a one-year statute of limitation.

What does this mean? There’s a one-year limit on being able to claim for a workplace injury in most instances. You need to begin your claim within a year of being aware of your injury.

By starting the claims process immediately, you can rest assured that you have started seeking damages within the statute of limitation.

Call Today for a Free Brain Injury Workers’ Compensation Consultation

If you would like to begin a workers’ compensation claim for a brain injury, it’s time to contact Lerner, Moore, Silva, Cunningham & Rubel at (909)889-1131. We can schedule a free consultation to discuss your brain injury and your workers’ compensation benefits eligibility.