March Is Brain Injury Awareness Month

Many of us could not imagine how our lives could be impacted by a serious brain injury. However, between 3.2 and 5.3 million Americans live with long-term disabilities resulting from traumatic brain injury (TBI).elderly couple on park bench

2020 “Change Your Mind” Campaign

For more than three decades, the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) has led the nation in observing Brain Injury Awareness Month each March.

The 2018-2020 campaign is Change Your Mind. The goal of this campaign is to increase public awareness about the needs of people with brain injuries, their families, and their caregivers to:

  • De-stigmatize brain injuries through outreach and community support

  • Empower TBI survivors and their families

  • Promote support options available to survivors and their families

How You Can Help

Many lives are impacted every day because of a brain injury. No one is completely immune to these injuries. Whether it’s a child who falls off a bike, a victim of assault, or a survivor of a car accident, there are many ways that everyone can honor Brain Injury Awareness Month:

  • Learn about brain injuries

  • Post your support on social media

  • Connect with survivors and their families online

  • Donate or fundraise

  • Volunteer at an organization dedicated to TBI

  • Share your own story

At Fowler Helsel Vogt, we are all too familiar with the many ways that a TBI can impact a person and their entire family. This is why our personal injury attorneys are committed to providing these individuals with the caring and effective legal representation they need and deserve.

If you or a loved one suffered a traumatic brain injury in an accident, our team of legal advocates is here to ensure you receive a full financial recovery so you can focus on moving forward with your life. You can rest easy knowing your case is in our hands.

Contact Fowler Helsel Vogt at (559) 900-1280 to schedule your free case review.