- June 4, 2018
- In brain Injury Accident
Traumatic brain injury, commonly referred to as a TBI, is a major cause of death and disability in the U.S. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), brain injuries contribute to approximately 30 percent of all injury deaths. About 153 Americans die from injuries that include a TBI every day. Victims who survive can be faced with a lifetime of challenges depending on the severity of the brain injury.
Falls are generally the leading cause of TBI. However, other accidents, such as car accidents and bicycle accidents, can also result in brain injuries. If you or a loved one suffered a TBI in an accident caused by another party, you may be entitled to compensation. To protect your legal rights and get the full compensation that you deserve, you should immediately consult with an experienced Orange County brain injury attorney.
What Is a TBI?
A TBI is caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head that disrupts the normal function of the brain. The severity of a TBI can vary from “mild” to “severe. Early medical intervention is key in the optimum recovery of a traumatic brain injury.
Although it is relatively easy to detect major signs of a “mild” TBI, the subtle signs are often missed. Failure to promptly treat a TBI can result in serious health problems for the victim. In most accident cases, Orange County brain injury attorneys are generally the first person to detect a “mild” TBI after conducting an in-depth client consultation.
The Term “Mild” Is Deceiving
The term “mild” is very deceiving when describing a traumatic brain injury. The reason is that any injury to the brain can seriously impact the life and health of the victim and his or her loved ones. As such, if you have been in any type of accident and hit your head, it is important to pay close attention to any subtle signs or symptoms that could indicate you suffered a “mild” TBI.
Symptoms and Signs of “Mild” Traumatic Brain Injuries
Below are some subtle signs and symptoms of a “mild” traumatic brain injury that your doctors and lawyer should look for if you have received any type of injury to the head:
- Difficulty focusing or concentrating on even the most simple things
- Sensitivity to loud noise or light
- Short-term memory loss
- Inability to multi-task
- Irritability or abnormal emotional reactions
Contact an Orange County TBI Attorney Today
If you or a loved one was injured in an accident that involved a head trauma, the experienced Orange County brain injury attorneys at the Law Offices Samer Habbas can get you the just compensation that you deserve. For more information or to schedule a complimentary consultation, call us at (888)-848-5084.