Brain Injury

Getting injured can be very traumatic, especially when there is damage of internal organs such as your brain. A brain injury may be readily apparent, though sometimes it may take weeks or months to become noticeable. In time, your brain injury may become worse and if not taken care of, you may become incapacitated. It is of the highest importance that you spot the potential symptoms right away, before it is too late.

Common symptoms of a traumatic brain injury include neck pain, ringing in the ears, confusion, inability to be attentive or to process information, having certain limitations on your reading/writing skills, seizures, tremor, swallowing issues, dizziness, light-headedness, blurry vision, or the inability to taste or smell things properly.

The leading causes of traumatic brain injuries are falls. If you fall and hit your head, it is important that you seek immediate medical attention and retain Palm Beach County personal injury attorney Ian Bressler. If the brain injury is severe,  a guardianship may need to be established in order to have a family member represent your interests before filing a personal injury law suit on your behalf.

From car accidents to boating accidents, motorcycle accidents to slip and fall accidents and bicycle accidents to job-related accidents, any types of mishap can lead to traumatic brain injury. Sometimes, these serious brain injuries occur as a result of somebody else’s negligence.

When another person (or company) is the cause of the brain injury, it is imperative that you seek the help of West Palm Beach personal injury lawyer Ian Bressler. A brain injury attorney can help you receive compensation for your injuries, treatment, future pain and suffering, lost wages, and even for the hardships that your family will endure. A brain injury attorney can help protect your rights and hold the at fault parties responsible for their actions.

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