TBI and Talking with POLICE
TBI AND TALKING WITH POLICE.
If you have suffered a brain injury and are unable to communicate effectively with the police, it is important to let the police know about your injury and to seek help from a trusted friend or family member who can help you communicate with the police. If you do not have anyone who can assist you, you may be able to request the assistance of an interpreter or other communication aid. It is also important to be patient and understanding with the police, as they may not be aware of your injury and may have difficulty understanding you. If you are having trouble communicating with the police, you may want to consider contacting an attorney who can help protect your rights and advocate on your behalf.