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Three Potential Complications You Are at Risk for If You Have Suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury
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Three Potential Complications You Are at Risk for If You Have Suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury

Three Potential Complications You Are at Risk for If You Have Suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury

A traumatic brain injury is one of the most devastating types of injuries a person may sustain. It can impair their ability to speak, communicate, walk, or even breathe. The good news is that TBIs can now be treated more effectively than ever before. The bad news is that long-term consequences can often be greater than the initial damage.

If you or a loved one has experienced a TBI as a result of a vehicle accident or any sort of accident in which someone else was at fault, you should call The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker right away at 800-333-0000. We can thoroughly examine your case to evaluate your alternatives and help you obtain the compensation you deserve for your injuries.

  1. Problems with the mind
  2. When a person's brain experiences a damage to a region of the brain that controls cognition, it's natural to expect significant cognitive problems. Reduced memory, learning difficulties, poor thinking, and communication problems are all examples of this. A person with this sort of complication may have difficulty understanding speech, speaking problems, and difficulties reading or comprehending written material.

  3. Behavioral problems
  4. A person who has experienced a brain damage is likely to behave differently than they did before the accident. They could struggle with self-control. They may not realize how inappropriate their actions are. They may engage in dangerous conduct that they have never done before. A person with a TBI is also likely to experience rapid mood changes, sadness, anger, and worry.

  5. Physical Problems
  6. Many physiological functions are controlled by the brain. As a result, a TBI victim may have a variety of physical symptoms. They might be suffering from nerve damage to their eyes or face muscles. They may have sensory problems such as a loss of taste or a continuous ringing in their ears. Some TBI sufferers have hazy vision and/or difficulty maintaining their equilibrium.

If you have suffered a TBI, contact an experienced attorney.

Because many of the aforementioned difficulties do not become apparent until weeks or months after an injury, having a personal injury attorney who knows both the short- and long-term effects of these injuries is critical. The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker is where you'll find that attorney. We know how to assess your long-term costs and strive to obtain you the money you deserve based on our many years of expertise. To learn more, call 800-333-0000 right now.

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