Wondering what you can do to protect your spouse and children after your spouse has suffered a brain injury in a State Route 16 car accident? Find out here.

Protect Your Family After a Spouse’s SR-16 Car Accident Brain Injury

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You listen carefully to what your spouse’s doctor is telling you. You answer in the right places and you ask the right questions. However, as you focus on your spouse’s traumatic brain injury diagnosis and immediate needs, your thoughts may be all over the place. How is your family going to function with your spouse seriously, and perhaps, permanently injured? Will you make it financially and emotionally?

You Are Not Helpless

You were unable to stop the State Route 16 crash that seriously hurt your spouse and you were unable to avoid his or diagnosis, but you are not helpless. You can help your spouse by:

  • Following through on the doctor’s recommendations.
  • Taking care of your children’s physical, emotional, and financial needs.
  • Protecting your spouse’s legal rights to a possible accident settlement or recovery.
  • Taking care of yourself, so that you can be strong for your family.

It won’t be easy, but you can do it.

And You Do Not Have to Do It All Alone

A team of people including your relatives, neighbors, friends, doctors and rehabilitation therapists will help you help your spouse, your children, and yourself. As you build your support team after your spouse’s SR-16 car crash, we encourage you to consider adding an experienced Tacoma lawyer who is willing to fight for your family. For more information about how we can help your family, please browse the car accident section of our free online library and please contact us today for a free consultation.

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