Continuing from Traumatic Brain Injury Facts and Statistics (Part 1), here is some additional important information for workers who may have sustained a mild to moderate TBI on the job. While Part 1 of this blog focused on defining what traumatic brain injury is, how it can happen at work and what the symptoms of TBI are, here in Part 2, we will concentrate on traumatic brain injury statistics. The following TBI statistics, which have been compiled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, can provide insight into the frequency with which this type of injury occurs in the U.S. on an annual basis.
Denver Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
If you or a loved one has sustained a traumatic brain injury while working, you will likely be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, losses and permanent disabilities (if applicable). With more than 30 years of combined workers’ compensation experience, the Denver workers’ compensation attorneys at the Law Office of Steven J. Picardi have extensive knowledge of Colorado workers’ compensation law, strong credentials and a significant record of success that consistently allowed them to effectively defend employers and represent injured employees in all phases of workers’ compensation litigation. Our firm’s lawyers remain abreast of the latest changes in workers’ compensation laws and are ready to use their skills and knowledge to your advantage.
For experienced legal advocacy in defending or filing a workers’ compensation claim, contact the Picardi Law Firm for a consultation by calling (303) 778-8881 or by emailing us using the form at the top of the screen.