Treatment for Brain Injuries
Did you know that annually, approximately 2.6 million Americans suffer some form of brain injury? Traumas, strokes, tumors, or other illnesses are a significant cause these injuries. Further, another 52,000 Americans die from traumatic brain injury. Worse still, over 5 million Americans who suffer traumatic brain injury can’t live normally without help.
If your brain injury was caused by someone else’s negligence, you should speak to an attorney as soon as you can. In many cases, victims are entitled to compensation under California law.
What Causes Brain Injury?
Violent blows or jolts to the head can injure the brain. Also, objects can penetrate the skull and injure the brain. If the injury is mild, it will only affect your brain cells temporarily. More severe injuries can tear tissues, cause bruising, and leave victims with irreversible damage. Brain injuries can occur in accidents like:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Slip and fall accidents
Symptoms of Brain Injury
Patients experience different emotional, bodily, behavioral, and mental symptoms, depending on their injury’s severity. Common symptoms of brain injuries include:
- Blurred vision.
- Impaired speech.
- Memory lapses.
- Disturbed sleep patterns.
- Concentration difficulties.
When to See a Doctor
It’s never too early to seek medical attention after suffering a concussion. All concussion levels (mild, moderate, and severe) require medical attention for prompt and accurate diagnosis. This way, it becomes easy to treat it early before things spiral out of control. It allows doctors to stabilize your condition, ensure blood and oxygen flow to the brain correctly, and control your blood pressure.
Speak to a Beverly Hills Brain Injury Attorney Now
Have you suffered a concussion another person’s negligence caused? If so, a Beverly Hills brain injury attorney can help you win fair compensation for your injuries. Don’t carry the burden alone when our office is ready to help you. Contact us today for a free case evaluation.