A brain injury can severely change someone’s life. From those causing headaches and memory loss to those that result in a need for lifelong medical care, they are always serious matters. When they are caused by the negligence of another person or business, you have the right to seek compensation. We can help.

Brain injuries can result from many different types of accidents, including:

Automobile Accidents
Truck Accidents
Motorcycle Accidents
Slip and Fall
Product Liability
Nursing Home Neglect
Cruise Ship Injuries
Pool/Jacuzzi Accidents
Amusement Park Injuries

Brain injuries are not always diagnosed following an accident and can be difficult to understand.  Common indications that a traumatic brain injury (TBI) may result are loss of consciousness, inability to recall events immediately before or after the accident, and alteration in mental state immediately following, such as feeling dazed, disoriented, or confused. After an accident, common symptoms of TBI in adults are the following:

  • persistent neck pain
  • ringing in the ears (tinnitus)
  • lapses in attention, perception, judgment, or information processing
  • difficulty with memory, concentration, or decision making
  • trouble with cognition, abstract concepts, and time and space relationship
  • limitations on reading and writing skills
  • slowness in thinking, speaking, or taking action
  • getting lost or easily confused
  • persistent low-grade headaches
  • feeling tired all the time, lacking energy or motivation
  • problems associated with sleep, such as insomnia or oversleeping
  • reduced strength, endurance, and coordination
  • onset of tremors or swallowing problems
  • feeling light-headed or dizzy
  • onset of seizures
  • volatility in your mood – apathy, irritability, anxiety, and/or depression
  • difficulty maintaining your balance
  • increased sensitivity to sounds, light, or distractions
  • blurred vision
  • reduction of sense of smell or taste

Because children are less aware of their habits and normal functioning than adults, it is important for adults to monitor children carefully if it is suspected that they are suffering from a TBI. Symptoms to look for in children include:

  • loss of energy or tiring easily
  • reduced interest in favorite toys or activities
  • irritability or crankiness
  • changes in eating or sleeping patterns
  • changes in the manner in which the child plays, both alone and with others
  • difficulties at school
  • deterioration of recently learned skills
  • loss of balance, or instability while walking

If you or your child exhibit any of these symptoms or indications following an accident, please contact our office immediately.  Our firm monitors the current state of the art in testing and treatment for brain injuries so that we can assist our clients in obtaining the best care and treatment as well as for courtroom presentation to obtain the maximum recovery for this type of injury.

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