Chesapeake Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer Report – A Guide to the Scale Used to Assess Brain Injuries
In a new blog on the Virginia Brain Injury Lawyers site my colleague John Cooper describes how one of the key factors in deciding whether a traumatic brain injury from an accident is mild, moderate or severe is the score that is given typically by the ambulance or emergency personnel on the scene. It’s called the Glasgow Coma Scale.
The Norfolk and Virginia Beach based personal injury law firm, Cooper Hurley, handles automobile, truck, and motorcycle injuries as well as wrongful death, railroad injury cases and medical malpractice. John Cooper and Jim Hurley have over 40 years of combined experience in handling auto injury accident claims. Attorney John Cooper has been named to Virginia “Super Lawyers” since 2010. Cooper Hurley represents people hurt in accidents in Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News and throughout VA, and always put the best interests of our clients first. The firm is recognized by other lawyers as “AV” by Martindale-Hubbell, a national attorney rating service, for our top level of legal skill and highest ethical standards. If you need help or advice about a serious injury, please call us at (757) 455 -0077 or contact us through this website.