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A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is an injury of the brain that is typically caused by some sort of an impact to the head. This can range anywhere from a soccer ball to the forehead during a championship game to a head-on collision in a car accident. What might begin as a simple bump on the head could turn into something with serious long-term consequences.
A traumatic brain injury will usually be the result of an impact to the head. This means that it can arise from any contact your head has with another object. If you are rear-ended and your head strikes the windshield, you could end up suffering from more than a small bruise along your hairline.
Brain injuries are not always readily apparent. Unlike a broken bone, it is not always visibly obvious that something bad has happened to your brain. Sometimes, a traumatic brain injury is obvious from the start because you may not be able to speak very well. More commonly, however, there may be very minimal to no symptoms. A concussion can often lead to a more serious brain injury. When you have a concussion, you might feel sleepy and be more inclined to take a nap after you have received a blow to the head. It’s important that you remain conscious, as allowing yourself to sleep could lead to more serious long-term consequences.
To be frank, the symptoms of a traumatic brain injury are not the easiest in the world to identify. A traumatic brain injury can be mild, moderate, or severe.
Symptoms of a mild traumatic brain injury can include (but are not limited to):
Symptoms of a moderate brain injury can include, but are not limited to:
Symptoms of a severe brain injury include, but are not limited to:
It should be noted that more often than not, symptoms of a moderate and severe brain injury may be very similar. If you have recently received some sort of an injury to your head (a blow, extensive shaking, or an object piercing your skull), you should contact a doctor immediately. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms after a head injury, you may be suffering from some form of a TBI and should reach out to your doctor as soon as possible. Do not wait – TBI can progress and become more severe as time passes.
How a traumatic brain injury is treated can vary based on a long list of factors, including the general severity of the injury. A mild TBI, for example, may not require anywhere near as much rehabilitation in order for a sufferer to function normally than a severe TBI.
Common treatments for a traumatic brain injury can include, but certainly are not limited to:
If you have suffered from a traumatic brain injury, your treatment may vary. Your doctor will always be the best judge of what treatment you should receive.
The personal injury lawyers at The May Firm have extensive experience handling different types of traumatic brain injuries. We understand that every TBI is unique. All of our clients come to us based on their own unique circumstances and experiences and not one case can be handled exactly the same as another. Unfortunately, many of our clients have been involved in a serious accident that has often ultimately resulted in an injury to their brain. In better-case scenarios, our clients have suffered only mild TBI. Unfortunately, more often than not, The May Firm meets clients who have suffered from moderate to severe traumatic brain injuries.
At the end of the day, the personal injury lawyers at The May Firm don’t mess around when it comes to TBI. We fight tooth and nail for our clients and understand just how significant the recovery process can be. If you or someone that you love has suffered from a traumatic brain injury, you should not be left to suffer and heal alone. Give The May Firm a call and let us stand up for you.
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