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Brain Injuries Are Often Difficult To Detect

  • By: Tony Adderley
  • Published: October 4, 2013
Brain Injuries Are Often Difficult To Detect

Speak immediately to an experienced brain injury attorney if you – or a member of your family – are coping with a brain injury as the result of a traffic mishap or a work-related accident. A traffic crash or a work-related accident can often lead to serious brain damage. We’re all vulnerable, and it can happen to anyone.

Brain injuries are often difficult to diagnose; in many cases, a brain injury isn’t even detectable for weeks or even months. The slightest brain injury symptom can over time expand into something far more threatening, and even minor brain injuries sometimes result in startling personality changes, mood swings, and cognition and memory difficulties.

In brain injury cases, correct diagnosis and treatment are crucial; tests must be conducted to establish the condition and to determine the impact of the brain injury on a victim’s future. If you’ve suffered a brain injury due to another person’s negligence, an experienced brain injury attorney will work to get your expenses paid back to you, especially current and future lost wages and medical costs.

In some situations, injured parties may also be awarded punitive damages. An experienced brain injury attorney will evaluate your case and steer you through the paperwork and other legal processes.

If you’ve been involved in a traffic or workplace accident, are you suffering from blurred vision, hearing loss, headaches, or memory loss? It’s possible that these could be the symptoms of an undiagnosed brain injury. An experienced brain injury attorney will advise you regarding your best options, and he or she will work with the physicians and other experts you’ll need regarding treatment.

If you have suffered – or suspect that you’ve suffered – even a minor brain injury in a vehicle or workplace mishap, find a good brain injury lawyer to represent you, and do it right away.

About the Author Tony Adderley has been working as a professional advocate for
individuals entitled to Social Security Disability (SSD) and worker’s
compensation benefits for more than 20 years.