Experienced Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys In Northern Kentucky

At Blankenship Massey & Associates, Attorneys at Law, our traumatic brain injury lawyers have decades of combined experience successfully representing our fellow Kentuckians after they have suffered catastrophic injuries caused by negligence.

Our personal injury attorneys understand the challenges that both the injured and their families face when a traumatic brain injury becomes part of their lives, which is why we treat all of our clients like we would want our loved ones to be treated – because their recovery is important to everyone.

We provide personalized legal representation for all injury victims throughout Kentucky and develop each case using a customized legal strategy that fits each of our client’s unique recovery needs. We listen to our clients to learn how their injuries have affected their day-to-day activities and their long-term quality of life, so we can seek the financial outcome they deserve.

If you or someone you love has suffered a traumatic brain injury because of another person, party or organization’s negligence, contact our skilled Northern Kentucky personal injury lawyers today to discuss your case during a free consultation.

What Are The Leading Causes Of Traumatic Brain Injuries In Kentucky?

Many people think of traumatic brain injuries, or TBIs, only occurring during the worst types of collisions, falls, or when our residents are most vulnerable — on foot or while riding their bikes.

Unfortunately, an average of 166 Americans dies from TBI-related injuries each day, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Another three million people visit emergency rooms across the country annually seeking care for traumatic brain injuries, which makes them increasingly common.

The major causes of traumatic brain injuries are listed by the CDC as:

  • 47%: Falls
  • 25%: Motor Vehicle Collisions
  • 17%: Struck By or Against an Object
  • 11%: Assaults

With nearly 157,000 reported traffic crashes throughout the Commonwealth last year, many of our Kentucky residents are suffering from catastrophic injuries like these that were caused by drunk, distracted, or speeding drivers.

When negligent drivers decide to operate their vehicles recklessly, our fellow Kentuckians pay the price with severe injuries and the tragic losses of their loved ones, which is no accident.

If you or someone you love has suffered a traumatic brain injury in a crash, during a construction, industrial, or work accident, or because of someone’s negligent or intentional acts, contact our skilled personal injury attorneys today to learn more about how we can help you pursue the proper party for the full financial recovery you deserve.

How Do Traumatic Brain Injuries Affect Those Who Were Hurt?

Traumatic brain injuries affect everyone differently, depending on the severity of the injury and which part of the brain was impacted.

Some of most reported traumatic brain injuries include physical, emotional, behavioral, and cognitive difficulties — or a combination of different challenges — that may include, but are not limited to:

  • Physical Injuries:
    • Vision impairment
    • Trouble swallowing
    • Nerve damage
    • Seizures
    • Mobility problems
    • Vertigo / dizziness
    • Headaches
  • Communication Challenges:
    • Inability to organize thoughts and ideas
    • Trouble talking
    • Complications with writing
  • Cognitive Difficulties:
    • Altered judgment
    • Lack of attention or concentration
    • Lack of problem-solving abilities
    • Memory trouble (short and long-term)
  • Emotional Complications:
    • Changes in self-esteem
    • Depression
    • Mood swings
    • Change in social activities
  • Behavioral Trouble:
    • Lack of awareness or self-control
    • Outbursts
    • Risky behavior
    • Acting aloof or distanced

Traumatic brain injury survivors and their varying challenges affect their personal quality of life and the livelihoods of those who are charged with their care while they seek rehabilitative care from medical professionals who can help them regain control of their lives after a catastrophic injury has occurred or being disabled the rest of their lives.

We want to help get you and/or your loved one there with the least number of challenges, because we know the road back to normalcy will be a long one. Contact our experienced and compassionate traumatic brain injury attorneys in Northern Kentucky today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your overall recovery needs, so we can assess your case without delay.

What Type Of Financial Compensation Can I Pursue After Suffering A Traumatic Brain Injury In Kentucky?

Our traumatic brain injury lawyers in Northern Kentucky know that each person we represent has unique injury and recovery requirements, which is why we customize each of our cases to fit their personalized needs.

For TBI survivors that could mean pursuing financial recovery for each of their applicable needs, including:

  • Current and Future Medical Bills
  • Therapy and Rehabilitation Expenses
  • At-Home Convalescent Costs
  • Long-Term Care
  • Prescription and Medical Device Expenditures
  • Lost Wages
  • Diminished Future Earning Capacity
  • Personal Property Damage
  • Pain and Suffering
  • Mental Anguish
  • Permanent Impairment

Our personal injury lawyers in Northern Kentucky outline each of our cases singularly, so no detail is overlooked when we pursue the insurance company for each of our client’s complete financial recovery needs.

Free Consultations For Injury Survivors

For more information about how our attorneys can get you the financial compensation you deserve, call 859-905-0936 or toll-free 800-491-9956 to schedule a free consultation or complete our contact form. With offices in Erlanger and Dry Ridge, we represent clients throughout Kentucky.