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Traumatic Brain Injuries & Permanent Disabilities Require Complete Financial Recovery


Permanent disability damages are designed to compensate for life-altering injuries that leave our clients unable to work or care for their families. When someone suffers a traumatic brain injury, or TBI, during a traffic collisionslip and fall, or a construction error, their livelihood can be placed in jeopardy permanently.

At Bertoldo Carter Smith & Cullen, our Las Vegas personal injury lawyers focus on providing solutions for Clark County residents and injury victims throughout Nevada, so they can face their rehabilitation and therapy sessions with confidence as we work toward securing their financial recovery.


The Centers for Disease Control defines traumatic brain injury (TBI) as a head injury caused by a violent strike, either by a foreign object or by coming into contact with a hard surface.

Several different types of traumatic brain injuries can include:

  • Anoxic Injuries: When the lack of oxygen to the brain causes brain cells to die
  • Closed Head Injuries; When the brain is impacted from outside the skull, which can cause:
    • Bleeding
    • Bruising
    • Fluid accumulation
    • Intracranial pressure
    • Tissue damage
  • Penetrating Head Injuries: When a foreign object fractures and penetrates the skull
  • Toxic Brain Injuries: When the brain is exposed to certain toxic chemicals that damage or kill brain cells

When someone suffers from a permanent disability because of another’s negligence, he or she is entitled to pursue financial recovery that will cover their medical care, lost wages, and additional expenses that include their ongoing maintenance and well-being.

At Bertoldo Carter Smith & Cullen, our traumatic brain injury attorneys will pursue the best financial compensation settlement or jury verdict available for each of our injured client’s unique needs, so they can focus on getting their life back.

What Are the Most Common Permanent Disabilities Associated With TBI?

Traumatic brain injuries affect each person who suffers from the affliction differently. Each physical and emotional problem that can or does occur after a brain injury can keep our clients out of work permanently, and leave them in severe financial difficulty as a result.

The most common types of permanent disabilities caused by traumatic brain injuries include:

Cognitive Problems

Long-term cognitive impairment can lead to brain injury victims becoming easily confused and distracted, creating permanent problems paying attention or concentrating.

Patients with severe TBI can also develop problems with:

  • Judgment
  • Organizing
  • Planning
  • Problem-solving
  • Reasoning

Sensory Problems

Sensory problems can become permanent, leading to ongoing problems that can include:

  • Vision trouble, and the inability to register what they see
  • Persistent bitter taste in the mouth, noxious smell, or skin tingling, itching, or pain
  • Problems gauging distance
  • Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears
  • Inability to hold objects without dropping them

Language &Communication Problems

Language and communication problems are very common after a traumatic brain injury occurs, and can lead to permanent trouble:

  • Recalling words and speaking in complete sentences
  • Understanding and producing spoken and written language

Behavioral & Emotional Problems

Behavioral and emotional problems caused by TBI can change the lives of sufferers going forward, bringing psychological problems like:

  • Agitation
  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Confusion
  • Depression
  • Irritability
  • Mood swings
  • Paranoia

These behavioral problems can lead to:

  • Aggression
  • Lack of impulse control
  • Violence

Traumatic brain injuries can impact a person’s ability to work to support themselves and to engage in regular social activities for the rest of their lives. At Bertoldo Carter Smith & Cullen, our Las Vegas brain injury attorneys will pursue the negligent party who caused your or your loved one’s life-changing injuries for the financial compensation you deserve now and going forward.

Contact us today by calling (702) 505-8115 to schedule a free consultation, and learn how we can help you focus on your future. 

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