Brain Injury and Other Catastrophic Injuries

Brain and spinal cord injuries are devastating to victims and their loved ones. Even a mild brain injury can cause debilitating symptoms such as headache, confusion, dizziness, amnesia, vision problems, ringing in the ears, difficulty concentrating, fatigue, and behavior changes. More serious brain injuries can cause seizures, decreased mental function, loss of coordination, abnormal speech, loss of extremity control, intense headaches, confusion, and severe mood swings. Motor vehicle collisions and falls are common causes of traumatic brain injury.

Spinal cord injuries can cause paralysis and other lifelong physical challenges. The precise effects depend on the type and level of injury. There are two basic types of spinal cord injuries – complete and incomplete. In addition to loss of feeling and function below the point of injury, there may be loss of bowel and bladder function, loss of sexual function, impaired breathing capability, nerve pain, muscle atrophy, and many other problems.

See examples of our brain injury and other catastrophic injuries cases.

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“My daughter was injured during birth when a catheter punctured my womb. She suffered from a loss of blood, and several other mistakes were made before she was finally resuscitated. My mother, who is a nurse, suggested Judy Massong. With her as my attorney, I felt I was in the most experienced hands. With Judy's help, we settled twice, once with the hospital and again with the medical device manufacturer. Judy is as strong as a bulldog, and she always made it her goal to keep us informed and help us find the resolution we needed as a family. We have worked hard on my daughter’s recovery, and as challenging as it can be, she is an affectionate, loving, social, bright little girl.” Julie L.
Bothell, WA

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