In the U. S., traumatic brain injuries, or TBIs, are determined to be one of the leading causes for disabilities and sometimes death. It is estimated that approximately 50,000 individuals with traumatic brain injuries die each year in the United States. Research indicates that approximately 230,000 other individuals must be hospitalized, but survive, although many of these still wind up with debilitating disabilities caused by their Traumatic Brain Injury.
Unfortunately, when someone is involved in a car accident and receives a traumatic brain injury, it is often left undiagnosed until they start exhibiting symptoms that may include:
Some traumatic brain injuries are never diagnosed, and only discovered after an autopsy has been performed.
If you or a loved one has been involved in a car accident and you suspect a TBI, it is imperative for you to seek immediate medical attention, and to consult with a Hallandale Personal Injury Lawyer who specializes in traumatic brain injuries. Doing so as quickly as possible will help to ensure you, and/or your loved one receives the proper diagnosis and treatment necessary in order to recover from these debilitating injuries, as well as, receiving the compensation that is rightfully yours.
Contact Hallandale Personal Injury Lawyer, Jason Neufeld, today for a free consultation.