Traumatic Brain Injuries
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can occur in a variety of different ways, but the end result is usually the same: a lifetime of suffering, medical bills and permanent challenges. Particularly tragic is when a brain injury is inflicted upon an innocent person due to the negligence or intent of another. When situations like this occur, and you or someone you love has suffered a TBI remember that you have rights. Your life has been changed forever, and if someone else is responsible for your situation you need to consult a traumatic brain injury lawyer immediately. Every second you hesitate your chance for justice and compensation slips further away.
What Is A Traumatic Brain Injury?
A brain injury is any harm that hurts the soft tissue of the brain. Although encased in sturdy skull bones, the brain is a very fragile organ indeed. Even a simple concussion or whiplash from a car accident can cause lifelong mental and physical difficulties. Part of the tragedy of TBI is that they are particularly difficult to initially recognize, and even more complicated to diagnose the injury without extensive and expensive medical examinations. Symptoms of TBI include:
- Slurred speech
- Difficulty concentrating
- Tingling extremities
- Behavioral problems/changes
These symptoms are indications of a TBI and require immediate medical attention. San Diego brain injury attorney Bryan R. Snyder can help put you in touch with medical professionals that understand the long-term consequences of a TBI, and who will help begin the healing process.
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Causes Of Brain Injury In San Diego
Because of the fragile nature of the brain, there are dozens of ways it can suffer catastrophic injury. Some of the most common causes of brain injury include:
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle crashes
- Sports injuries
- Bike accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Medical issues that are untreated or improperly treated
If someone’s negligence caused you or someone you love injury to the brain, you may be entitled to take legal action to compensate you for pain and suffering from your brain injury.
Tell Our Attorney About Your Serious Brain Injury Case
If you or someone you love has suffered a brain injury in San Diego, you need to contact attorney Bryan R. Snyder to discuss your injury without delay. If you hesitate, the statute of limitations could end your injury case before it has a chance to begin, and you will not be able to hold those responsible for your brain injury accountable for their role.
Fill out the free initial contact form and get Bryan R. Snyder of San Diego on your side and start the healing process for your injury today.