Traumatic brain injury results when an object strikes the head suddenly and intensely, or when an object enters the brain tissue after piercing the skull. Construction accidents, car accidents, truck accidents, birth injuries and slip & fall accidents are examples of the type of accidents that can result in traumatic brain injury. The severity of symptoms ranges from mild to severe.
Moderate or severe traumatic brain injury is evidenced by these possible symptoms: headache that gets worse and does not go away, persistent nausea or vomiting, convulsions, seizures, dilated pupils, increased confusion, agitation, loss of coordination, speech that is slurred, extremity weakness, numbness and inability to wake from sleep. Symptoms of milder cases include lightheadedness, dizziness, blurry vision, ringing in the ears, bad taste in the mouth, disrupted sleep routines and mood swings. If you or a loved one shows any of these signs, you should urgently seek medical care. Following that, contact a personal injury attorney at my firm.
The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke report that about half of the patients who have severe traumatic brain injury will require surgery. These injuries can cause radical changes in ability and personality for the injured. In many cases, life-long disabilities will prevent the injured from being able to live independently. My firm is committed to helping those injured from the negligence and reckless action/inaction of others pursue full financial compensation from the responsible parties. Cases such as these often require aggressive negotiation and trial skills in order to obtain results. I am experienced at accomplishing successful results on behalf of my clients.