What are Signs of a Brain Injury After a Car Accident?
Some of the worst injuries that result from car accidents are traumatic brain injuries. These injuries can be difficult to detect, but they can lead to permanent damage.
Traumatic brain injury occurs when there is blunt trauma to the head that causes the brain to shake inside the skull. This shaking can result in a mild or severe brain injury depending on the intensity of the blow. In some cases, further damage comes about after the shaking causes swelling in the brain, pushing brain tissue against the skull in a way that damages delicate brain cells.
Symptoms of traumatic brain injury can include confusion, loss of consciousness or blurry vision. If concerned about a loved one having a TBI, it is best to err on the side of caution and have a medical professional examine the injured.
Traumatic brain injury can lead to cognitive problems and loss of motor skills or physical abilities. Trauma such as this can completely alter an injured person’s life and also can cause a huge amount of financial strain due to the medical bills and lost wages associated with brain injury.
If you or a loved one suffered a brain injury due to a car accident caused by another party’s negligence, you may be able to recover compensation through a personal injury lawsuit. A personal injury lawsuit will not be able to bring back the abilities that the injured lost through the accident, but it can help the injured and their families cope with the aftermath. Charlotte attorneys with experience in brain injury cases can help the injured and their families to understand their legal rights and options.
At Warren & Kallianos, we believe in the importance of working directly with our attorneys, Jeff Warren and Chris Kallianos. When you work with our firm, Jeff and Chris are always accessible to you throughout the progress of your case.
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