TBI LAW

From Concussion to Coma

Click a link below to learn more information...

Contact Us

Brain Injury Law Group

Attorney Gordon S. Johnson, Jr.
212 Whitetail Run Ln.
Sheboygan, WI
800-992-9447

Nancy

By Attorney Gordon Johnson

800-992-9447

Nancy

Nancy and her father Otto (our next interview) were injured in a winter wreck, when a car hit theirs head on. Nancy was nine at the time of her injury, a skull fracture and severe brain injury. Her Mom’s period of waiting for her emergence was complicated by her father’s mild brain injury and broken ankle. Nancy did return to school early after her injury and has now graduated from high school. Hers is a classic story of remarkable recovery of a child, that has nonetheless left her with major deficits, particularly with significantly reduced maturity.

For a full PDF of the story, click here.

The Nancy blogs, begin here: http://tbilaw.com/tbivoices/nancy-winter-wreck-leaves-9-year-old-girl-with-skull-fracture/

 


Nancy Table of Contents

Nancy Part 1 - Winter Wreck Leaves 9 Year Old Girl With Skull Fracture

Nancy Part 2 - Slowing Down Didn't Avoid the Family TBI

Nancy Part 3 - Medevac of Severe Brain Injured Child Was Complicated

Nancy Part 4 - High Speed Fishtailing Pickup With Trailer Caused Severe Brain Injury

Nancy Part 5 - Transported to Madison for Brain Surgery

Nancy Part 6 - About the Skull Fracture and the Brain Surgery

Nancy Part 7 - Coming out of the Coma After Brain Surgery

Nancy Part 8 - Tenth Birthday While Still in Hospital Following Severe Brain Injury

Nancy Part 9 - Assessing the Extent of Retrograde Amnesia and Post Traumatic Amnesia

Nancy Part 10 - Transitioning Home from UW Hospital After Severe Brain Injury

Nancy Part 11 - Day to Day Routine After Returning Home from Skull Fracture

Nancy Part 12 - Becoming Aware of Nancy's Residual Deficits After Severe Brain Injury

Nancy Part 13 - Mom's Life During Nancy’s Recovery from Severe Brain Injury

Nancy Part 14 - Nancy Return to School after Severe Pediatric Brain Injury

Nancy Part 15 - Perspective of Severe Pediatric Survivor on School and Graduation

Nancy Part 16 - Going Through Teen Years After Severe Brain Injury

Nancy Part 17 - Hearing the Child in the Voice of an 18 Year Old Severe Brain Injury Survivor

Nancy Part 18 - Physical and Neurological Deficits Post Severe Brain Injury

Nancy Part 19 - The Need for Further Reassessment Nine Years After Severe Pediatric Brain Injury

Nancy Part 20 - Time Management After Severe Pediatric Brain Injury

Nancy Part 21 - Mood After Severe Pediatric Brain Injury

Nancy Part 22 - Growing Gap As Adulthood Looms for the Pediatric Severe Brain Injury Survivor

Nancy Part 23 - Future and Ambitions for Pediatric Severe Brain Injury Survivor

Nancy Part 24 - Parting Thoughts for Others

 

Contact the Brain Injury Law Group: 1-800-992-9447

This site is brought to you by the advocates of the Brain Injury Law Group, a community of plaintiff's trial lawyers across the United States united by a common interest in serving the rights of persons with traumatic brain injuries and a common commitment to fully understanding the anatomic, medical and psychological aspects of TBI.

Disclaimer:

The materials on this World Wide Web site are provided purely for informational purposes and are not legal advice. These materials are intended, but not promised or guaranteed, to be correct, complete, and current. This web site is not intended to be a source of advertising, solicitation or legal advice. Therefore, the reader should not consider this information an invitation for an attorney-client relationship. Readers should not act or rely upon any information contained in this World Wide Web site and should always seek the advice of competent counsel.

The owner of this web site is a law firm, the Johnson Law Office which organized the Brain Injury Law Group. The Johnson Law Office is licensed to practice in the States of Wisconsin , Illinois and Michigan. The Brain Injury Law Group does not wish to represent anyone desiring representation based upon their viewing any portion of this World Wide Web site that fails to comply with all legal and ethical rules in such individuals state. While not intended to do so, but in a good faith effort to comply with all rules and regulation which may be applicable to it, the Brain Injury Law Group hereby informs readers that this site may be construed as advertising and promotional materials. The Brain Injury Law Group makes no representation that it can obtain the same results as reported in this web site in other legal matters.

The transmission of an e-mail request for information does not create an attorney-client relationship. If you are a client, remember that e-mail may not be secure. WE BELIEVE THAT THE FAR PREFERRED METHOD FOR YOU TO CONTACT US IS BY PHONE AT 800-992-9447.