If you are taking care of a loved one who has been injured in a motorcycle accident, you have a difficult job. Because of the many responsibilities including seeing your loved one injured, caretakers experience stress in many forms: physical, emotional and financial.
Many of those injured from a motorcycle accident suffer traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injuries, broken legs or arms and the recovery phase can be long and daunting.
Maintaining a system and staying organized as a caretaker can save you stress and time. Some tips to help you from the Brain Injury Association of America include:
- Be actively involved with your loved ones’ rehabilitation
- Make the home safe and comfortable allowing your loved one a sense of independence that they can “do” for themselves
- Maintain a schedule that keeps your loved one involved and engaged (but not exhausted) with extracurricular activities they enjoy
- Write stuff down on post-it notes and lists as reminders for your loved one
Remember that part of being a good caretaker is taking care of yourself to alleviate stress. Part of the alleviation is finding the right litigation team that can research and represent your loved one if they have been injured in a motorcycle accident. The Romano Law Group has nearly four decades of litigation experience and is committed to seeking the justice that your loved one deserves.
If your loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident, call today, 561-533-6700, to speak with an experienced motorcycle accident attorney with the Romano Law Group. We represent clients in the Palm Beach, West Palm Beach area and throughout Southern Florida.