When injured after hitting your head, consequences can lead to a traumatic brain disorder, and sometimes, sadly, death. While some traumatic brain injury symptoms can go undetected for years, having a qualified injury lawyer can be the differentiating factor when pursuing pain and suffering, medical expenses, rehabilitative costs, and any other damages. As this injury is highly complex and challenging, speaking to a brain injury lawyer immediately is vital to getting the money you deserve.
Most Common Brain Injuries
Concussion – this is caused when the brain receives trauma from an impact or a sudden momentum or movement change.
Contusion – a contusion is a bruise (bleeding) on the brain.
Coup-Contrecoup Injury – describes contusions that are both at the site of the impact and on the complete opposite side of the brain.
Diffuse Axonal Injury – this can be caused by shaking or strong rotation of the head, as with Shaken Baby Syndrome, or by rotational forces, such as with a car accident.
Traumatic Brain Injury – damage to living brain tissue by an external mechanical force or motion.
Anoxic Event – near drowning, electrical shock, drug overdose, kidney/heart failure, industrial/chemical exposure, injury subsequent to TBI/CVA.
Find out if you have a brain injury claim by answering the questions below:?
Have you experienced any decline with cognitive function such as amnesia, loss of consciousness, persistent headaches, the inability to speak or understand, mental confusion, difficulty focusing or memory loss?
Is there any behavioral symptoms like abnormal laughing, aggression, irritability, and lack of restraint?
Do you suffer from uncommon mood swings (anger, anxiety or depression)?
Because of the injury, do you experience balance disorder, blackouts, dizziness, fainting or fatigue?
As a result of the injury, do you suffer from nausea or vomiting?
Are you experiencing irregular sensitivity to light or sound?
Due to the injury, does blurry vision impact your daily routine?
State law limits how long you have after an injury occurs until you file an injury claim. If you’ve been hurt in an accident or due to negligence, it’s critical you speak to a local personal injury lawyer as soon as possible, to see if you have a claim and can get money for your injuries, lost income, and medical bills.
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