Brain injury cases can be very subtle, because many times, the injury is not seen on an x-ray or even a CAT scan or an MRI, because the injuries involve oftentimes the small fibers of the brain. So those cells are injured due to the twisting and shaking from the trauma.
It's very important that an attorney who is familiar with documenting those kind of injuries who can arrange for neuro-psychological testing for instance and the proper neurological evaluations as well as interviewing the close loved ones to determine the personality changes or changes in temperament, anger issues and so forth that often follow a brain injury. It's very important. So to have an attorney who's very experienced with those types of issues is very important if you want to seek and obtain full fare and just compensation for a brain injury.