| Coma victims often do not remember how their accident happened, as they could have been unconscious for hours, days, weeks, months, or even years. According to the Coma Recovery Association, car accidents are the leading cause of comas.
Injuries to the head can cause edema (swelling) or herniation (shifts) in the brain, resulting in increased pressure in the brain, which can then lead to a coma.
The duration of a coma is different with each person. In the worst cases, a persistent vegetative state where only basic bodily functions are maintained can last for years.
Mayo & Russ Represent Individuals Who Have Suffered From Comas Caused By Accidents
Mayo & Russ understand that severe accidents can result in comas. Our legal staff knows how insurance companies work, trying to settle cases cheaply and quickly. We keep your best interests in mind and fight for your rights to fair compensation. Our entire legal team works to prove your case.
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