Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) occur when your brain is forcefully pressed up against your skull resulting in internal bruising, swelling and possible tearing. These complex injuries can cause a broad range of symptoms, disabilities or even death.
Short and long term disabilities include:
- Memory loss
- Personality changes
- Loss of bodily controls
- Speech and language impairments
Falls, car accidents, motorcycle accidents, and violent attacks are just a few of the major causes of a potential brain injury.
Has you or a loved one been diagnosed with a brain injury due to accident caused by the negligence of another? Contact the personal injury attorneys here at Lerner and Rowe today for a free case evaluation. You may be entitled to financial compensation – don’t delay! Contact us today!
Symptoms of a Traumatic Brain Injury –
Symptoms of a TBI may be immediate or can take days or weeks to appear. They can range in severity from physical to psychological damage. That is why, even if there are no immediate signs of injury, we strongly recommend you seek medical attention immediately after you or a loved one is involved in a traumatic event or accident.
Possible symptoms of moderate to severe brain damage include:
- Loss of consciousness
- Confusion and or agitation
- Loss of speech abilities and coordination
- Severe headaches that won’t go away
- Vomiting or nausea
- Dilated pupils
- Clear fluids draining from ears or nose
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During your free case evaluation, you will meet with a member of our legal team to go over your case and discuss your options. We understand the long-term and quality of life costs injuries like this can cause. Our compassionate lawyers will fight hard to get you the maximum compensation you deserve!