Brain injuries can range in seriousness from mild to severe to fatal. When you are the individual who is suffering from a brain injury, it will be a traumatic event, even if others in your life have a hard time noticing how you are different.
If you sustained a head injury at work, seek immediate medical attention. Getting prompt medical treatment is not only the wisest decision for your health — it can provide your lawyer with critical documentation as your workers' compensation claim progresses.
The workers' compensation attorneys at Domer Law in Milwaukee have more than 45 years of legal experience. We represent workers from all types of industries and occupations who have sustained traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) throughout the course of their employment. We offer free initial consultations, and we will not collect any attorney's fees until your claim is paid. Call us today: 414-312-4120 or toll free 888-353-8384.
Symptoms of a traumatic brain injury — whether manifested as a concussion or something much more severe — can include:
- Chronic headache
- Vomiting and/or nausea
- Memory problems/memory loss
- Visual impairment
- Light sensitivity
- Loss of balance and coordination
- Personality changes
Domer Law is dedicated to helping injured workers through the workers' compensation claims process. We help people injured while working in all types of jobs, including manual labor jobs, manufacturing jobs, health care jobs and office jobs. We wrote the book on workers' compensation and know what it takes to get you the benefits you deserve.
After Getting Help From a Doctor, Contact Us for a Free Consultation
Medical treatment, especially when dealing with a brain or head injury, is vital to your health and to your legal claim. After a medical evaluation, your next step should be to speak with a knowledgeable workers' compensation attorney at Domer Law. Our Milwaukee, Wisconsin, law firm offers free initial consultations and does not collect attorney's fees until you receive your benefits. We can be reached locally at 414-312-4120, toll free at 888-353-8384 or you can contact us online.