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A traumatic brain injury is usually caused by a severe impact to the head that causes the brain to hit the interior of the skull. Many times, a penetrating head injury could also interfere with normal brain function. Motor vehicle collisions, slip and falls, whiplash injuries, or even nursing home abuse can cause brain injuries. Such injuries present unique challenges for a lawyer because they often are not accompanied by any external symptoms. The victim might appear normal, but the closed head injury presents various symptoms such as fogginess, mental tardiness, mental and emotional fatigue, compromised short-term memory, inability to access memories, depression, lack of attention, poor sleep, poor balance, ringing in the ears, vertigo, vision impairments, loss of sense of smell, loss of sense of taste, muscle weakness, and many more.
If you or a loved one has suffered from a traumatic brain injury, be sure to contact an attorney who is experienced in this area of law. A wide array of testing must be done to properly document the damages suffered by the victim. Neuropsychological testing is extremely important, as well as testing from a neurologist, which includes examinations such as CT scans, x-rays, and MRIs. We would be happy to discuss your case, so do not hesitate to contact us for an initial free consultation.