One of the most severe injury that a person can sustain when they get involved in any kind of accident is a traumatic brain injury. The severity of a traumatic brain injury may vary in severity, but no matter what degree of traumatic brain injury that a person suffers from an accident, it will undoubtedly affect the way they live. Traumatic brain injury can lead to the following results: physical, cognitive, social, emotional, and behavioral symptoms. Depending on the severity of the traumatic brain injury, a patient can gain complete recovery or suffer from permanent disability, even death. No matter what the outcome of the traumatic brain injury, you may be entitled to compensation.

This section of our Legal Knowledge Center endeavors to provide you with concrete and useful information with regards to traumatic brain injury. The information you can find here ranges from the usual symptoms of a traumatic brain injury to more in-depth subjects like filing a case for a loved one who is suffering from traumatic brain injury.

Hogan Injury has a group of lawyers with expertise in cases involving traumatic brain injuries. We will be able to help you or your loved one who is suffering from TBI.

Traumatic brain injury or TBI can have wide-ranging physical, behavioral and psychological effects depending on the areas of the brain that are damaged. It’s important to be aware of symptoms to watch out for. The severity of symptoms depends on whether the traumatic brain injury is minor or severe. Here are common symptoms of a minor head injury: 1. Headache 2. Spinning sensation 3. Mild confusion 4. Nausea 5. Temporary ringing in the ears Severe head injury may include the symptoms of a minor head injury and the following: 1..

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The amount of recovery a victim receives for severe brain injury usually amounts to seven-digit figures. This may even shoot up to eight digits, as in the case of a man from Florida who suffered permanent brain damages due to a car accident. This huge amount of compensation corresponds to the extremely expensive, not to mention life-altering, treatment a victim who suffered serious brain injury has to undergo. To arrive at a dollar amount of the damages, economic and non-economic damages are calculated. Economic damages include medical expenses (including future.

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Car accident injuries are not always evident. Some injuries have delayed symptoms and will only be observed days, weeks, or months after the accident. Not all the symptoms of a traumatic brain injury are not immediately seen. If you experience any dizziness, headache, blurry vision, and nausea and vomiting within hours, days, or months of the accident, then you have a mild traumatic brain injury. Other symptoms include disorientation, incoherent speech, sleeping more than usual, difficulty sleeping, light sensitivity, memory problems, and mood swings. After the accident, if you lost.

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Surviving an accident with a severe brain injury is never easy. When you have a severe brain injury, you may experience behavior problems and other neuropsychological problems, depending on which part of the brain sustained the most damage. An individual may experience behavioral problems after the recovery. This affects everyone differently. They might become easily angered, more reclusive, or less enthusiastic. Their post severe brain injury selves might be extremely different from their personalities before. Another thing that a person who suffered severe brain injury will experience on the road.

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In half of the cases, traumatic brain injuries result from automobile accidents. These injuries occur when a person’s skull sustains fractures or suffered forceful blows. Generally, the side effects may not be visible at the time of the injury, but they can be serious and long-lasting. If you or someone you know has suffered brain injuries, it’s important to seek medical treatment before anything else. Once you have done so, identify the responsible party. Did the collision occur due to someone else’s negligence? Was it due to an automotive defect?.

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Traumatic brain injury occurs when a force impacts the brain affecting its normal functioning. They can result from motor vehicle accidents, sports injuries, or falls. Medical negligence or medical errors may also cause a traumatic brain injury. Early and accurate diagnosis is of the essence. If you are the victim of a traumatic brain injury caused by a misdiagnosis or improper treatment, you must know your legal rights. Here are some of the most important rights of a traumatic brain injury victim: 1. You have the right to know what.

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The best way to answer your question would be to schedule an initial consultation with a traumatic brain injury attorney. Most of the lawyers offer a free consultation and get your approval in advance about the billing method. T There are lawyers who charge on an hourly basis. You may also want to know about the other fees you have to pay other than the hourly fee. It’s also important to discuss the fees involved in the event that you and the other party involved arrive at a favorable settlement..

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Traumatic brain injury also known as, intracranial injury happens when an external force injures the brain. If the traumatic brain injury resulted from another party’s negligence the victim may want to pursue a legal claim against the responsible party. As with most other types of lawsuits, traumatic brain injury cases must be filed within its statutes of limitations. The statutes of limitations to pursue a lawsuit depends on the state and circumstances. There are situations when shorter or longer time limits may apply. When calculating the time limits, there are.

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When filing suit, the law allots a certain amount of time plaintiffs can take legal action against the responsible party. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) cases are no exception. Statutes of limitations aim to protect the rights of defendants while providing the opportunity for plaintiffs to seek justice. In California, the statute of limitations for personal injury claims, including TBI is 2 years from the date of injury. In other states, it could be as short as a year from when the injury occurred. In some, it can be as high.

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State laws related to traumatic brain injury (TBI) are all geared towards providing prevention and support against TBI incidents. Although state laws are not the exactly the same, they bear similarities in the following areas. 1. Developing a similar reporting system for TBI. 2. Identify effective strategies that can help prevent or reduce the occurrence of TBI. 3. Spread awareness on TBI in the form of education accessible to the public. Let’s take California as an example. The state requires its school districts that offer athletic programs to remove athletes.

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