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Brain Injuries Could Be Catastrophic
Brain injuries are painful but so are other types of injuries. What makes brain injuries more catastrophic is they are usually fatal and even if a victim survives, the risk of permanent disability and serious loss in the quality of life is always there. Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs) are also the leading cause of death and disability in victims below 45. Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are some of the worst injuries that a person can suffer, regardless of their age owing to the host of complications they give rise to. The physical, psychological, behavioral, social, and financial toll taken by TBIs can be beyond one’s imagination as it can make performing even simple day-to-day activities incredibly difficult, if not impossible.
The dedicated and well-informed brain injury attorneys in Birmingham belonging to the Law Offices of Manley Traeger have successfully helped hundreds of victims of brain injury file a claim to recover compensation for all their pain and suffering, mental trauma, and medical expenses among others. We offer forceful, personalized, and compassionate representation to TBI victims and their families so that they are suitably recompensed for their misery, which often includes a lifetime of care and medical expenses. Call us for free consultation.
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How Traumatic Brain Injuries Occur
The impact of brain injuries is devastating and long-lasting. Head injuries usually occur when the body or the head suffers a sudden or violent blow. Some of the major causes of traumatic brain injuries are:
Slip and Fall accidents
Motorcycle and bicycle accidents
Being struck by/against an object
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Types Of Brain Injuries
Brain injuries are of two types: open and closed. An “open” traumatic brain injury means an object was forced into the skull. A “closed” traumatic brain injury indicates the victim suffered serious injuries but no penetration.
There are dozens of short- and long-term consequences of a TBI. Since the brain controls all the activities of the body, an injury sustained by it can lead to death, coma, and long-term effects, along with a wide variety of distressing physical, sensory, and cognitive problems like spasms, mood swings, learning difficulties, anxiety, depression, lack of concentration etc.
- Physical symptoms of brain injury
- Persistent headache
- Nausea and vomiting
- Loss of consciousness
- Difficulty in sleeping and more
- Dilation of the pupils
- Convulsions and seizures
- Blurred vision and more
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The impairment of cognitive brain functions, physical pain and suffering, and the weakening of sensory perceptions as a result of a brain injury often require a victim to undergo therapy for an extended period of time. They need special equipment and care, which can be extremely expensive. Living with a traumatic brain injury can be extremely difficult. Compassionate brain injury lawyers at the Law Offices of Manley Traeger understand this perfectly well. We have the experience, resources and more importantly will to fight for your cause and help you get the reimbursement that you rightly deserve.