Brain Injuries
Boy with head injury

An accident involving an impact to the head can easily result in a lifelong traumatic brain injury. The head injuries are sometimes very obvious such as a skull fracture, subdural hematoma, severe concussion, loss of consciousness and may even require immediate surgery. However, there are many instances where the brain tests come back normal, yet the client continues to suffer from very serious brain related injuries. Cognitive deficits, severe headaches, difficulty in processing information, memory loss, difficulty concentrating, speech difficulty, loss in taste or smell can all be evidence of a traumatic brain injury.

At Gassler & O’Rourke, we are experienced with all types of traumatic brain injury cases. We make sure that our clients are seeing the right specialists to help detect and treat such serious and complicated brain injuries.