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Causes and symptoms of a TBI

When Virginians thinks of a head trauma, they think of a severe injury that effects an accident victim in many ways. In many cases, a head injury is the most severe injury one could endure, making it vital that one not only takes the time to heal and recover, but also understand the cause. When a negligent party is the cause of an accident, a victim suffering a brain injury could seek compensation for this severe injury.

There are many causes of a traumatic brain injury or a TBI. This typically includes physical violence, a sports injury, blows to the head, falls, trips and accidents, traffic accidents and gun accidents. When a TBI occurs, the brain is often abruptly pushed against the skill with force. This can result in various damage, including bleeding, swelling and bruising. A TBI could also be the result of a jolt, bump or an object penetrating the skull.

The level of the damages caused by a TBI is based on certain factors. This includes the force of the impact, whether bleeding around the brain has occurred or is the damages caused is irreparable. Whether a TBI is considered mild, moderate or severe, it is important to seek medical attention. This will ensure the injury can be properly addressed and recovered from, if possible. In many cases, the damages can last a lifetime.

There are many causes of a brain injury, many of them related to the negligence and recklessness of another party. When someone else is to blame for an accident, victims have legal recourses available to them. It is possible to file a personal injury action to help with medical expense, lost wages and other related damages suffered.

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