Disability Claims For Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Outwardly, some victims of a traumatic brain injury may appear fine. The person may be able to talk and move normally, and even “pass” neurological exams. This is one of the reasons that brain injury claims for Social Security disability are turned down.
Rogers, Hofrichter & Karrh, LLC is familiar with the true impact and the sometimes hidden effects of brain injuries. By working closely with our clients, their doctors and their loved ones to document the full extent of brain damage and how it disrupts every facet of their lives, our lawyers have achieved a high success rate in SSDI claims for traumatic brain injury.
Our law firm serves brain injury clients and their family members in the Metro Atlanta area and all of Georgia. Contact us today for a free consultation to discover how our 25 years of experience can help.
Traumatic Brain Injury and Social Security Disability
Whether the brain injury was suffered from a head trauma, oxygen deprivation or toxic exposure, brain damage is different for every victim. Some people are profoundly and obviously impaired, but many suffer from multiple side effects that are also disabling. In the aftermath of a traumatic brain injury (TBI), we work to detail all the ways in which the injury makes it impossible for our client to work at all or sustain a job:
- Short-term or long-term memory loss
- Cognitive deficits
- Inability to concentrate
- Problems with speech or reading
- Visual impairment
- Dizzy spells, vertigo or loss of balance
- Physical or mental fatigue
- Personality change or wide mood swings
- Post-traumatic stress disorder or depression
The full extent of may not be realized for several months. If your family member has signs of brain injury, we can work with you to coordinate the neurological, psychological and physiological testing to confirm the diagnosis. This is critical to getting your loved one on the right therapeutic track for maximum recovery from a brain injury, and to support the Social Security disability claim.
Our attorneys handles only disability law: Social Security disability (SSDI) and related claims for private long-term disability insurance or workers’ compensation. We coordinate your claims to maximize the income and medical benefits.
Contact our Atlanta or Fayetteville offices to arrange a free consultation.