Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury Symptoms
Obviously, the moderate and severe symptoms from a brain injury are more challenging than in a milder or one-off case. The symptoms of a moderate to severe brain injury can affect every part of the individual. They include
Difficulty understanding and thinking
Problems surrounding communication
Poor motor skills, hearing, and vision
Difficulty with memory
Extreme mood swings
Difficulty remaining in control of behavior
Changes in personality and impulsivity.
How Does Receiving Compensatory Damages Work from a Brain Injury Case in New Haven?
The damages in your New Haven brain injury case largely depend upon the specific details present in your case. You may be entitled to the following depending on the severity of your injuries:
Economic Damages: these are direct financial costs to the victim dependent resulting from the injury directly. For instance, a brain injury may incur lost work, future compensation loss, and many medical bills. All of these would be considered economic damages.
Non-Economic Damages: these are indirect costs to the victim, but are also a direct result of the injury. They have no fixed financial cost but can be brought on the grounds of emotional distress, pain and suffering, and loss of consortium.
Punitive Damages: these damages can be difficult to prove in Connecticut as it requires the defendant to be malicious or purposeful in their negligence. Additionally, these damages are capped in Connecticut only to cover legal and court fees.
Work with a New Haven Brain Injury Lawyer at Weber & Rubano
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