Disability for Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Along with all the tremendous difficulties of being disabled, veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) face additional challenges. Paperwork, claim-filing research, and roadblocks along the way can be almost impossible for a brain-damaged client.

While some veterans have been in severe comas or vegetative states, others have suffered a head injury but appeared “normal.” However, on closer investigation, even the “normal” clients exhibited some of the following symptoms:

  • Memory loss
  • Sensory overload when in public
  • Personality changes
  • A hard time concentrating
  • Irritability

Perhaps your head injury occurred before you entered military service, but some incident during your term of service made your condition more acute. In all probability, you can still claim veterans benefits. Solicit reputable medical opinions that will help you document your injury and use this evidence when presenting your benefits claim.

Veterans disability benefits can change your life and the lives of your family. If a military injury has destroyed your ability to work, there is hope for you. Call our team today and learn how we can help you claim your benefits.

Pursue the Compensation You Need and Deserve

We handle veterans brain injury cases. As we advise you on the best paths toward full disability compensation, our goal is to help you achieve the benefits package you deserve.

To schedule a free consultation and preliminary case review by an experienced North Carolina veteran disability attorney, call or email The Piemonte Law Firm today.

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