Can I sue for secondary injuries that resulted from treatment of a brain injury?

You can sue for secondary injuries that resulted from treatment of a brain injury in Kentucky. The defendant in personal injury cases is on the hook for all damages associated with the wrong. That means that if you are hurt in recovering the defendant is still responsible. It is foreseeable that you could be injured in recovery so the law permits you to claim damages.

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