Have you suffered a head injury in a workplace accident? If so, you may have trouble returning to work. You may have to endure expensive medical treatment. While the legal hurdles you face may seem daunting, an experienced attorney can guide you through the process and make it much easier to bear.
At Stoltze & Stoltze, PLC, we represent people who have suffered head injuries in workplace accidents throughout Des Moines and surrounding areas. Our lawyers are here to help you seek maximum compensation for the hardships you have suffered.
Contact us today at 515.989.8529 to arrange a consultation with an experienced Des Moines head injury attorney.
The Effects Of Brain Injuries
Some brain injuries show signs and symptoms immediately, but some take weeks, even months, to fully develop.
Common signs and symptoms of brain injuries include:
- Memory loss
- Impaired concentration
- Mood swings
- Impaired vision and hearing
- Sleep disorders
Closed And Open Head Injuries
Closed head injuries occur when the victim suffers a blow to the head, but the skull is not penetrated. Open head injuries occur when the skull is penetrated.
Sometimes the brain injury victim is the last to notice the signs of brain damage. For this reason, friends and family members should take note of any changes in behavior of a person who has suffered a head injury.
It is important to obtain thorough medical treatment for head injuries so that all of the effects are known. We have represented numerous clients who have suffered head injuries and other types of injuries in construction accidents, factory accidents and other workplace accidents. We can help you seek fair and just compensation for the losses you have suffered.
Contact Our Iowa Workers’ Comp Attorneys
If you are seeking workers’ comp benefits for a head injury in Iowa, our lawyers are here for you. Contact us today at 515.989.8529 to arrange a consultation with an experienced Des Moines head injury attorney. We are available for weekend and evening appointments, are conveniently located near the Des Moines civic center, and work with Spanish and Bosnian translators.