Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are a common occurrence following a car accident or a slip and fall. The consequences can be devastating, and this is true even for “mild-TBIs” or a mild concussion. Simply put, a concussion occurs when the brain is bruised and damaged as a result. There is no specific cure for a concussion, and symptoms can resolve over a period of months or even years. Some symptoms may last for life. Given the severity of the injury, attorneys who represent clients suffering from a TBI should understand the impact of the injury upon their client and their client’s family. Aaron House and Annette Griggs discussed this topic during their presentation at the 2019 Annual Convention of the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys (MATA), in which they discussed “Navigating Relationships with Clients Suffering from TBIs.”
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