Have You Experienced a Traumatic Brain Injury?
If you have recently been involved in an accident resulting in a brain or skull injury, you may need support and advice from Hinman Law Group. Every year, over 2 million children and adults in the US sustain a traumatic brain injury* – TBI – and almost 800,000 people sustain an acquired brain injury – ABI – from cases that are non-traumatic**. As a result, almost 6.5 million people live with a disability due to brain injury***.
Brain injuries are sometimes considered a silent epidemic because the injuries are often invisible and have been historically poorly understood in our society. There are many potential signs and symptoms of a head injury, including:
Headaches that persist
Sudden mood changes
Nausea or dizziness
Temporary loss of consciousness
You need to seek immediate medical help.
If you have experienced these symptoms, its important to seek immediate medical attention. At Hinman Law Group, we have experienced and compassionate attorneys who have handled cases involving brain injuries. We use our experience to help our clients with obtaining proper medical consultations, developing the medical evidence necessary to prove their injuries and the impact, and obtain compensation for their injuries and the resulting financial and human losses.
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What Is A TBI?
Traumatic brain injury is usually caused when a blow to the head causes disruption to the basic functions of the brain ****. Rapid movement of the brain against the inside of the skull – such as moving at force – can cause brain injuries. Sometimes, the symptoms of brain injury are not noticeable to the injured person for hours, days or even weeks after the injury has happened. For this reason, the injured person may not always seek the proper medical care and even when they do proper diagnosis and treatment may be less common than with other more obvious injuries.
Brain injury cases are not as cut and dry as standard accidents with broken bones and injuries that are easily observable and present. Some cases occur where brain injury is mild, and the victim appears to be fine on the surface. In other cases, brain injury is severe enough to require around the clock care.
At Hinman Law Group, our expert attorneys work with medical professionals in CA to carefully diagnose and document every aspect of the damage – whether seen or unseen on an MRI or CT scan. We believe you deserve a life that’s easier to cope with after a traumatic brain injury. Call today to see what we can do for you.
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury as a result of a brain injury accident, call Hinman Law Group today and speak with an experienced attorney.
Our consultations are always free of charge and we’re always happy to go over your options.
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