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Each day, approximately 155 people in the United States die as a result of traumatic brain injuries, or TBIs. Even those who survive face serious complications that can last their entire lives. Sustaining a traumatic brain injury cannot only change your life but also have a huge impact on your family and other loved ones.
To account for the far-reaching effects of TBIs, many people pursue catastrophic injury lawsuits, which are appropriate when your injury is caused by someone else’s negligence. While no amount of money can change what happened, a successful lawsuit can help you and your family secure your future.
If you are interested in filing suit against the party or parties who harmed you, can help.
Call us at (888) 484-1476 to get started.
According to MedlinePlus, a resource from the United States government, “traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a sudden injury that causes damage to the brain.” TBIs can be closed (when the head suddenly and violently hits an object) or penetrating (when an object pierces the skull and enters brain tissue). They can also range in seriousness – from mild to moderate to severe. A concussion, for example, is a type of mild TBI, but a more severe TBI might result in paralysis or a coma. If you’ve suffered a closed or penetrating head injury, contact our Mississippi traumatic brain injury attorneys today.
The symptoms of a traumatic brain injury will depend on its severity. The symptoms of a mild TBI include:
*Not everyone with a traumatic brain injury will lose consciousness. Symptoms of a more serious (moderate to severe) TBI may include those listed above, as well as:
Any time you hit your head in an accident, you should seek medical attention. If you suspect a TBI, call 911 immediately. Once you are stable, can help you pursue the compensation you deserve.
Falls and motor vehicle accidents are the most common causes of traumatic brain injuries. At our firm, we handle TBIs caused by:
If you or someone you love has been injured in any of the situations above, schedule your free consultation with today.