What are the unique difficulties the come with mild TBI?
A person with a mild head injury faces a difficult situation. The mirror tells them they look normal. Their friends will say you seem absolutely fine to me. If they agree with their friends and assume that they are fine, they will continue to experience problems they feel they should handle, and can’t. They may become angry, frustrated, and discouraged, and risk ending up severely depressed. Yet people facing these injuries want to resume a normal life. Our traumatic brain injury lawyers understand these feelings and have found that if a person is accurately diagnosed by the neurologist and neuropsychologist, and understands their dysfunctions, they are more able to obtain the care they need in order to lead a more normal life.