Post-Traumatic Seizures after TBI

Post-Traumatic Seizures after TBI

After suffering a traumatic injury to the head or brain, a veteran can recover from the initial injury but continue to suffer from delayed, or post-traumatic, seizures. These can occur years or even decades later. This condition is especially prevalent in Vietnam veterans. If you or a loved one is suffering from post-traumatic seizures as a result of serving in the Armed Forces, take the time to consult with experienced legal counsel. Contact PTSD Lawyers today for information about your case.

At the Berry Law Firm, our experienced TBI lawyers represent veterans throughout the United States. We are passionate and committed to assisting veterans who are appealing denied claims in order to obtain the benefits they deserve.

Telltale Signs of Post-Traumatic Seizures

Any time someone suffers trauma or serious injury to the head or brain, potential long-term and residual side effects may develop. Some of are more severe than others. From chronic headaches to post-traumatic seizures, you deserve to be compensated for your injury or disability after serving and sacrificing for your country.

It is important to watch out for signs and symptoms of post-traumatic symptoms, even if it has been years since an injury occurred. These signs include:

  • Balance problems
  • Dizziness
  • Severe headaches/migraines
  • Loss of sensory function (hearing, taste, smell, vision, touch)
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Fatigue

Enlist Our Help If You Suffer from Post-Traumatic Seizures: PTSD Lawyers

Our VA appeals team is led by experienced attorneys (some of whom are military veterans themselves). It costs you nothing to have your case reviewed to determine whether or not we can help you. Call (888) 883-2483 or contact us online if you wish to have one of our attorneys represent you at the Regional Office, Board of Veterans’ Appeals, or United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.

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The attorneys at Berry Law Firm are dedicated to helping injured Veterans. With extensive experience working with VA disability claims, Berry Law can help you with your disability appeals.

This material is for informational purposes only. It does not create an attorney-client relationship between the Firm and the reader, and does not constitute legal advice. Legal advice must be tailored to the specific circumstances of each case, and the contents of this blog are not a substitute for legal counsel.

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