Long Term Effects of a Traumatic Brain Injury

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Injuries can be devastating things. They can result in physical and financial losses. That’s especially true of brain injuries. They could result in irreparable devastating changes to your life. It is, therefore, best to find out if you have traumatic brain injury early.

If you’ve suffered brain trauma because someone else was careless, you may even have grounds for an injury lawsuit. Reach out to a personal injury lawyer in Lakeland, like those at Lopez & Humphries, PA, to get the funds you’re due for recovery. 

Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury

Most of the time, traumatic brain injury can be the result of a sudden hit or jolt to either the head or the body. These injuries can also be caused by piercing injuries to the brain, which may be caused by a bullet, or debris during a vehicle accident. 

Mild brain injuries may only impact your brain’s function for a relatively short time. In the case of serious brain injury, however, there may be torn tissue, bleeding in the brain, and other several physical injuries to the brain. These injuries can result in death.

Physical symptoms of moderate traumatic brain injury include but are not limited to:

●     Headache

●     Nausea or vomiting

●     Fatigue or drowsiness

●     Problems with speech

These symptoms of a brain injury can be life-altering, and worse, your injuries may have been the fault of another person. In these situations, you may have trouble navigating your symptoms and filing your claim on time without legal guidance from a lawyer. 

Effects of Traumatic Brain Injury

Moderate to severe traumatic brain injury may cause lengthened or permanent changes in a person’s state of mind or responsiveness. One of these is seizures. The seizures may only happen during the early stages of the injury or they may start even years after the injury.

Fluid build can also occur in the brain. The cerebrospinal fluid can build up in the brain, resulting in increased pressure as well as swelling in the brain. The traumatic brain injury may result in the tearing of the protective tissues which surround the brain, this may allow bacteria to easily enter the brain and then the body if left untreated.

That means you may suffer permanent injuries that make your life more difficult. The losses caused by these damages may be difficult for you to overcome, leaving you with long-term expenses and complex emotional damages. You may have grounds for a lawsuit in these cases. 

Get Help from a Lawyer after a Brain Injury

When you’ve suffered a traumatic brain injury, you may have grounds for a lawsuit. Fortunately, you don’t have to handle your case without a lawyer. At Lopez & Humphries, PA, we’re ready to help you take on your claim and get help, starting with a free consultation. When you’re ready, reach out for help by calling (863) 774-3573 or by completing the online contact form below. 

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