Concussions & Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Know The Warning Signs Of A Concussion/Mild TBI
Mild TBI typically occurs when the head or upper chest area is struck, and the impact causes the brain to shift inside the skull. It is common in
motor vehicle accidents, slip-and-fall accidents and contact sports.
Symptoms of a concussion can include:
- Mood changes, irritability and anxiety
- Lack of focus and trouble thinking
- Sleep problems
- Frequent headaches and migraines
A danger of concussions is that one concussion usually leaves the victim susceptible to more concussions, with the symptoms and side effects getting worse in severity each time. The brain takes a significant amount of time to heal — much longer than other organs.
Studies indicate that repeated mild TBI may leave one susceptible to long-term health concerns such as depression, dementia or post-concussion syndrome, in which nausea, headaches and moodiness continues for weeks or months following a concussion.
Helping You With Your Claim
When you are in an accident, the most important thing you should do is seek immediate medical attention. If concussion symptoms develop later, tell your doctor. Our lawyers work hard to make sure you have the right evidence for building a strong claim that includes compensation for past, present and future medical needs and other damages.
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Read the CDC’s report on Mild TBIs: