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TBI Case Timeline

Did you or a loved one suffer a brain injury and have questions about the TBI case timeline? Learn what you need to know by watching this educational video.


How long will my Traumatic Brain Injury case take to complete in Idaho?


TBI Case Timeline How long do traumatic brain injury cases take to resolve in Idaho, meaning how long after you hire us do we think it will be resolved? It really depends on when you talk to us and when you become medically stable. With a traumatic brain injury, someone can have very severe symptoms for months and months and months. These symptoms could even last for the rest of your life. That might be permanent. Your ambulation might be impaired. Your short-term thinking might be impaired. There are many different things that a brain injury can cause. The big question is, when do we know when you have recovered? That recovery may be that you have permanent symptoms. The big question in the traumatic brain injury as to when will the case be resolved depends on how our client does. We’ve had clients who six months after an accident have essentially returned to normal. We’ve had clients who 12 months after an accident show significant improvement. We’ve also had clients who don’t recover entirely. The big question is most neurologists, most neurosurgeons tell us that 12 months after a brain injury, you have made your major recovery. There can be some additional recovery after that, but usually, it’s 12 months after your injury. The answer is usually we know 12 months later and will be able to try to get the case resolved for you after that. Could be earlier, could be a little later, but usually, it’s about 12 months. If you have any questions about traumatic brain injuries, please give us a call because we’d love to talk to you.

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