One of the biggest misconceptions about a traumatic brain injury is that just because someone looks fine, and they walk and talk, they are not injured. The injury of a traumatic brain injury is subtle, but those subtle differences, the relationships with your family, the relationships with your children, the relationships with your parents, the relationships with your co-workers and your ability to do your job is the true injury, because you’re no longer the person you once were. Its our job to determine that, to find it, and to communicate it to the insurance company, and if not, to the jury.