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Brain and head injuries involve any severe blow to that area of the body, resulting in long-term physical and mental impairment. According to the Brain Injury Association of America, approximately 1.4 million people in the United States suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI), including 50,000 fatalities.

Common causes of brain and head injuries include the following:

At McGlone Law, we are committed to pursuing the compensation and justice our clients deserve. If you or a loved one sustained a severe brain or head injury due to the negligent actions of another party, it’s imperative that you seek legal assistance. Our team of brain injury attorneys in Terre Haute is ready to guide you step by step through the legal recovery process.

Traumatic Brain Injury Symptoms

Brain injuries can be tricky since the symptoms are often disguised as something else. Often personality or mood changes can be a sign or symptom of a brain injury. A proper medical diagnosis should also be the first step to determining if you or a loved one is suffering from a traumatic brain injury after an accident.

Symptoms of a brain injury may include the following:

  • Dizziness
  • Short or long-term memory loss
  • Feeling dazed or confused
  • Constant or lingering headache
  • Insomnia
  • Feelings of anxiety, depression, irritability or anger
  • Mood swings
  • Sensitivity to lights or sounds
  • Ringing in the ears
  • Nausea and/or vomiting

Long-term impairment is common even after a period of healing for a brain injury survivor. Severe or traumatic brain injuries may leave the victim unconscious, or in a coma. Brain death resulting in a fatality may give close family members grounds for a wrongful death claim.

Types Of Brain And Head Injuries

Brain injuries are categorized according to the type of head trauma sustained and the severity of the injury. While some injuries are quite minor and require a relatively short period to heal, others can be serious enough that it results in permanent physical and mental disabilities that require frequent medical treatment. Common types of these injuries are closed, open and traumatic brain injuries.

Closed Head Injury

When the brain forcefully contacts the inside of the skull, the brain may swell inside despite not displaying any physical sign of injury. Examples are the following:

  • Concussions
  • Diffuse injuries
  • Mass lesions

Open Head Injury

When the skull is broken or when an object penetrates the skull, it can be susceptible to infection through traumas such as these:

  • Penetrating injuries in automobile accidents, gunshot incidents and more
  • Skull fractures

Traumatic Brain Injury

Physical trauma to the head causes significant brain damage, resulting in permanent physical or mental impairment.

Brain Injury Damages – What Compensation Can You Recover?

Severe injuries like traumatic brain injuries can often lead to hefty medical bills and expenses from long-term care. If your loved one’s injuries were caused by someone else’s negligence or malpractice, you shouldn’t have to pay these bills on your own. Our brain injury lawyers in Terre Haute can help you obtain compensation for the following:

  • Medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of companionship (if the injury victim has a spouse)
  • Compensation for long-term care

Let Us Fight For You

Brain and head injuries can be devastating for the victims and their family members. By cooperating with our Terre Haute brain injury lawyers, we can lend a helping hand in fighting for your compensation. Our firm is capable of navigating through the complexities of the legal system and proving the liability of the negligent party. Call McGlone Law today at 812-650-5584 or email us to get started with a free consultation.

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