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Frequently Asked Questions
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What evidence can I provide of a traumatic brain injury?The CT scan and MRI imaging may be normal, and perhaps your Glasgow Coma Score was a 15 after the accident, which indicates normal brain function. These facts could discourage some attorneys from filing a claim. But often times, testimony from a spouse, friends and other family can be used to provide strong evidence of a brain injury.
What aspects of my life can the insurance company examine if I file a TBI claim?The insurance company will probably do a review of your educational history, employment, medical records and personal life. They may attempt to blame your brain injury on a medical problem or other condition not related to the accident. They also may search your social media profiles for proof that you are not seriously injured.
If I have a traumatic brain injury and file suit, what will the other insurance company do?The insurance company may be skeptical. Even if you have a concussion, you could have a normal CT scan and MRI imaging. A good TBI attorney may need to push your case aggressively to get results.