Roommate Suffers A Brain Injury After Being Attacked According to The Salt Lake Tribune, a few weeks ago a South Salt Lake City resident was brutally hit in the head with a baseball bat for waking up his roommate, who also happened to be his nephew.  His injuries included a fractured skull and brain hemorrhaging, rendering him into a critical condition.  His nephew was ultimately charged with aggravated assault, a second-degree charge.  This unfortunate event could happen to anyone.  The seriousness of brain injuries can range from a minor to significant injury and sometimes may even lie dormant for a time before manifesting, thus medical attention must immediately follow the incident.  In the case you have experienced a brain injury due to the negligent or intentional actions of another, it may behoove you to hire a brain injury attorney.

Any brain injury could be an extremely serious incident to overcome and, coupled with medical bills and/or missed work, the situation can be devastating to deal with.  Often times, victims of brain injuries are left unprepared for the emotional and mental anguish they must endure following injury.  Prevention is not always possible, especially if the incident was intentional, as in the case mentioned above.  Therefore, a game plan must be made once the injury is diagnosed.  The Christensen Law Firm offers free accident books to inform those who have experienced such hardship.  We provide guaranteed personal and compassionate service to our clients as we assist you in setting up your plan.  With much sympathy and devotion to your case, we ensure your legal needs are met while you focus on healing.  For a free accident book, call 1-800 LAW BOOK, or for a free consultation with the Christensen Law Firm, call (801) 506-0800.