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Sometimes a traumatic brain injury is quite obvious because it comes with severe symptoms like fainting or inability to stand up after sustaining a blow to the head.
At other times, a traumatic brain injury might not be obvious at first. That’s because the traumatic brain injury symptoms can start as common discomforts, such as a headache. But recognizing the signs is important to seeking treatment quickly and getting in touch with a traumatic brain injury attorney.
To guide you in knowing when you might be suffering from a traumatic brain injury, we’ll explain how to spot the signs and symptoms. If you’re ever concerned you might have sustained a traumatic brain injury, you should always seek medical treatment to get another opinion.
There are two general categories of traumatic brain injury symptoms. These include physical symptoms and sensory symptoms. Here’s a look at each so you can spot an injury before it becomes serious.
The severity of physical symptoms from a TBI will vary depending on the severity of your injury. No matter how mild your symptoms seem, you need to see a doctor if you’ve recently suffered a blow to the head. Here are 14 signs and symptoms that you need to make an appointment with your doctor immediately.
In some cases, individuals who’ve suffered a head injury only pay attention to physical symptoms and miss the sensory symptoms. It’s important to monitor both. Here’s a look at what sensory symptoms you should look out for.
Symptoms for children will vary a little bit from adults, partially because they might not be able to tell you entirely what’s wrong or what hurts. Instead, you need to look for changes in behavior. These changes might include the following.
Call your doctor immediately following a head injury for your child. Your doctor will explain what to look out for and when you should bring the child to their office for an exam. You don’t want your child to suffer long-term repercussions from head injuries.
Traumatic brain injuries are often caused by a blow to the head or traumatic injury to the body. There are several common instances where these injuries take place.
You might be eligible to seek financial compensation for your traumatic brain injury if someone else’s negligence caused your injuries. For example, even in situations where you sign a waiver for your child to play sports, you might be eligible for compensation if the team or coach didn’t take the necessary precautions to protect your child.
Goldman & Daszkal offers a free consultation to guide you in understanding your rights and evaluating whether to pursue a lawsuit after you’ve suffered a traumatic brain injury. Schedule your free consultation today.
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