Neuropsychology Evaluation in Maryland
Laurel Brain Injury Lawyers Dedicated to Your Full Recovery
Closed head injury victims often encounter challenges when they attempt to collect compensation from negligent parties or even make claims on their own insurance policies.
Although a brain injury is invisible to others after initial bumps or bruises subside, lingering complications often remain.
Common head injury symptoms may include:
- Enduring headaches
- Mood swings, personality changes and/or depression
- Difficulty concentrating
- Easily triggered feelings of sensory overload
The challenging aspect with regard to a personal injury claim is the fact that there are limited objective diagnostic tests for measuring head injury complications. MRIs and CT scans typically do reveal any diagnostic findings. In addition, clients of McGowan & Cecil, LLC often undergo neuropsychology evaluations to discern outcomes and assist the healthcare provider in the treatment of a traumatic brain injury.
We are dedicated to helping you recover fully from your brain injury. Call (301) 761-2007 to know more about how we can help!
Importance of Neuropsychology Evaluation
Through the division of rehabilitation psychology and neuropsychology, patients can be evaluated for the presence of and effects of complications resulting from brain injuries, such as hydrocephalus, dementia and epilepsy, and cognitive impairment.
Traumatic brain injuries make for challenging legal cases. They are nearly always minimized by insurance companies. Our Laurel personal injury attorneys at McGowan & Cecil, LLC have been in the forefront of post-traumatic concussion cases caused by the negligence of others. We have the experience and the confidence to obtain favorable outcomes for many of our brain injury clients.
Contact Our Laurel Injury Lawyers Now
Discuss with your neurologist the advisability of a neuropsychological evaluation after a head injury. From our law firm in Laurel, Maryland, we help our clients to obtain medical evaluations that can shed light on the full extent of brain injuries.
Was the injury caused by someone else's negligence? The liable party is responsible for your injuries and damages, which include medical treatment. We handle personal injury and disability claims on a contingency fee basis, so we charge no fee unless we recover compensation for you after a brain injury. Our attorneys serve clients throughout the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area.