You sit by your loved one’s hospital bed. You hold her hand and you try to keep yourself together. As the hours, or days, go by you may wonder what else you should be doing. Your loved one can’t communicate right now, but are there things that you could be doing to help her?

What You Do Now Matters

There are things that you can do to protect your loved one while her brain injury prevents her from protecting herself. Specifically, in some situations you may be able to:

Talk to her doctors.Request second opinions, if necessary.

You may want a second medical opinion.

Make sure that her employer, clients, family, and friends now what is happening. 

If people are expecting her, love her, or would worry about her then you want them to know what is going on.

Take care of her children, elderly parents, pets, and other loved ones.

Make sure that those whom she loves are safe and taken care of the way that she would want them to be.

Additionally, you can call a Raytown car accident brain injury lawyer to make sure that her rights are protected.

Have You Or A Loved One Suffered A Brain Or Spinal Cord Injury?

If you've suffered a brain or spinal cord injury you need to speak with an experienced attorney as soon as possible. Please contact us online or call our office directly at 816.471.5111 to schedule your free consultation.

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James Roswold is a Kansas & Missouri personal injury, workers comp, and medical malpractice attorney.