At Coxwell & Associates, we represent people who have suffered serious injuries from accidents. However, we are limited as to what we can do for our clients (and not just by tort reform). Our legal system allows attorneys to recover money for their client’s damages which includes long term medical expenses. And while it is fulfilling to help them obtain financial resources so that they can maintain their medical treatment, we know that many of our clients will never fully recover.
Sunday’s Clarion Ledger had an article concerning brain injury victims in Mississippi that I found both interesting and sad. According to the article, “brain-injury survivors in Mississippi…..lack..long-term care facilities, such as Arkansas’ Timber Ridge, or the Shepherd Center in Atlanta..” It is simply amazing in this day and age that Mississippi does not have a long term facility to assist our citizens who have suffered a brain injury.
The brain is a fascinating organ and a healthy brain is vital to a long and fulfilling life. Do you know why you can’t tickle yourself? Because your brain distinguished between unexpected external touch and your own touch. When we blink, do you know why the “world doesn’t go dark”? It’s because our brain keeps the world luminated for us (we blink 20,000 times a day). Learn more more interesting brain facts here.
Brain injuries are some of the most serious injuries a person can suffer. Whether they occur during a car accident or some other violent act, the victim needs top notch long term care. As attorneys, we can help you recover your pain and suffering, lost wages, medical bills, etc. but we can’t make the legal system restore your health. We need a long term brain injury facility in Mississippi to help those who have suffered such horrific injuries.
Disclaimer: This blog is intended as general information purposes only, and is not a substitute for legal advice. Anyone with a legal problem should consult a lawyer immediately.