Schedule a free consultation with the VA TBI lawyer Texas veterans call upon to provide an exceptional level of service when facing challenges that arise after a traumatic brain injury. Gregory M. Rada, Attorney at Law approaches the unique needs of each veteran personally, handling every aspect from initial intake to resolution. As a disabled veteran himself, he is able to relate closely with other disabled veterans.
The veteran must have been discharged and have a disease or injury that is in some way debilitating. The discharge or release must be for reasons other than dishonorable discharge. Secondly, the disease or injury was suffered or accentuated in the line of duty. Lastly, the disease or injury was not a direct result of the veterans willful misconduct or drug abuse. It is helpful to have an experienced Texas VA TBI lawyer to better understand how the sometimes confusing process works.
We use evidence to prove that your in-service precipitating disease, injury, or event occurred or was aggravated while you were actively serving and through evidence it must be demonstrated that there is at least a 50% chance the disease or injury occurred or was aggravated during service.
The last requirement a disabled veteran must possess is the existence of a connection between the disabling disease or injury and the in-service precipitating disease, injury, or event.
The most common brain injury, regardless of severity, concussions are traumatic. Concussions may be caused by a sudden impact to the head, or intense shaking of the head. Those who get concussions frequently will likely experience long-term cognitive disorders. Cognitive disorders such as post concussion syndrome and chronic encephalopathy can happen as a result of frequent concussions.
After a severe blow to the skull the brain moves suddenly to one or more sides. The shifting brain impacts the side of the skull opposite from the impact, causing an injury on that side known as a coup-contrecoup. Commonly life threatening, tissue damage and bleeding are common results of such an impact which can lead to life-long complications and disabling symptoms.
Hematoma refers to a clot that occurs in vessels located in the brain and are commonly classified as intracerebral, epidural, subdural, and subarachnoid. Hematomas are life-threatening, requiring immediate emergency medical attention to treat.
DAIs are commonly the result of an intense shaking of the head and brain. For example, in an accident where powerful forces of motion are a factor, causing the head to be forcefully shaken. Unfortunately, DAIs commonly result in prolonged commas or death.
When the head experiences a forceful blow, brain tissues can be damaged or bruised, and the structural integrity of the skull may be compromised, resulting in a contusion.
Gregory M. Rada, Attorney at Law offers direct communication, and no fees unless you win. As a disabled veteran who has experienced the VA disability compensation claims and appeals process firsthand, Greg has the knowledge, experience, and passion to secure benefits you’ve rightfully earned.
As a leading Texas VA TBI lawyer – Gregory M. Rada, Attorney at Law represents veterans and their families at every level or the disability benefits process. Greg approaches the unique needs of each client with care, consideration, and attention to the details.
Call Greg at (800) 955-8596 or schedule an appointment for a free case evaluation with Greg, the lawyer for vets, at Gregory M. Rada, Attorney at Law.