A traumatic brain injury can lead to medical, emotional, and financial challenges. People married to someone who suffers a traumatic brain injury have a lot to deal with, which can affect the marriage. Learning to deal with their “new normal” following a brain injury is a struggle for many couples. It could be even worse if the traumatic brain injury could have been avoided. Unfortunately, some brain injuries are caused by negligence on the part of someone else, including medical professionals.
When a spouse or significant other sustains a traumatic brain injury (TBI), it can be a scary and emotional situation for their loved ones. The injured person may have significant changes in personality, habits, and emotions that leave their spouse feeling frustrated and even like they no longer know the person they are married to.
The TBI can also practically change a couple’s life, further impacting the relationship. Some of the changes include:
The effects of TBI vary widely for individuals and can be unpredictable. They may not be apparent for several months after the injury happened. Spouses or significant others can help encourage their loved ones and promote a healthy relationship when they do the following:
Ross Feller Casey’s nationally recognized brain injury attorneys in Philadelphia have helped many families who are dealing with a traumatic brain injury. Our lawyers are prepared to answer questions, address concerns, and support you through your case. We have the experience and resources needed to litigate these types of cases and an unmatched track record of winning them for our clients.
Suppose your spouse or other family member has suffered a TBI from medical malpractice or an accident. In that case, you should contact a brain injury attorney at Ross Feller Casey. In addition to experienced lawyers, we have top doctors on our staff who review medical records and provide their expertise to determine if you have a valid claim. We will investigate your case and explain your rights under Pennsylvania law, even if it involves wrongful death.
We handle brain injury cases on a contingency basis, so there will not be a cost to your family until a financial recovery is made on your case.
Please call or contact our office for a free consultation with a Philadelphia brain injury attorney.
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