Traumatic Brain Injury
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If you or a loved one has had an accident that resulted in a traumatic brain injury, our attorneys can help you receive compensation for your damages.
Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury Accidents
The Glasgow Coma Scale is the most common way to determine the severity of a TBI based on verbal, motor, and eye-opening reactions to stimuli. It is determined on a scale of 3 – 15, with anything above 13 being mild, 9 – 12 being moderate, and everything below 8 being severe.
Depending on your injury, damage from a traumatic brain injury can be localized – (restricted to one area) or diffused (spread over a wide area) throughout the brain. Mild TBI is often associated with a brief change in a mental state of consciousness. You may experience confusion, headaches, dizziness, behavioral changes, or trouble with memory and concentration. More severe cases can result in long periods of amnesia, unconsciousness, loss of coordination, confusion, and more.
Causes of Traumatic Brain Injuries
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