Child Brain Injury Recovery Not Same as Adult’s-SC Brain Injury Attorney

New pediatric brain injury research suggests that disability caused by child traumatic brain injury (TBI) does not improve after two or three years meaning that quick intervention is necessary after child brain injury.   The research supports the growing view that child brain injury should be viewed in a light different from adult brain injury.

While disability from child brain injury may improve for the couple years after the trauma, the improvement plateaus.

South Carolina Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys

If someone you love has suffered a brain injury, contact the personal injury attorneys of Reeves, Aiken & Hightower.  We have the experience to get your loved on their best recovery.  Contact us at 877-374-5999.

SC NC Brain Injury Attorney – Teen Survives 3 Foot Spear Going Through His Skull

It truly is amazing what people survive of these days.

Just a few days ago a Florida teenager’s head was impaled by a spear longer than 3 feet.  The spear entered his skull 2 inches above his right eye and exited the back of his head.  Amazingly, the spear apparently missed all major blood vessels in the teen’s brain.

The teen was awake during the entire accident, and was able to speak to the doctors before the surgery to remove the spear.

After the spear was removed, the boy could speak in short sentences and communicated that he was not in pain, but was worried about his limited ability to use his left side.

Brain injury attorneys: Reeves, Aiken & Hightower

If you think you or someone you know have suffered a brain injury, seek medical help immediately.  Then seek the counsel of experienced brain injury attorneys like those at Reeves, Aiken, & Hightower.  We know how to fight for you and your family in serious brain injury cases.  Compare our credentials to any other law firm. Then call 877-374-5999 or contact us at this link for a private consultation. Don’t worry. We are here for you.

For the full story and quotes from the doctors see: CBS: Teen miraculously survives spear through his brain, speaks throughout ordeal.