Mild traumatic Brain is usually caused by a concussion involving a traumatic event such as a car accident or slip and fall. For example, if you are involved in a car accident, slip and fall, or other head trauma injury-causing accident, you may have suffer a mild traumatic brain injury called a concussion. Most of the time, the symptoms caused by a concussion are short-term. However, in other instance the victim who suffered a concussion develops symptoms of post-concussion syndrome. The symptoms of post-concussion syndrome can dramatically affect a person’s ability to lead a normal life or perform their work. Post-concussive syndrome can affect a patient’s ability to participate in sports, recreation, hobbies, care for children, and enjoy life the way they did before the concussion occurred. Post-concussion syndrome can cause long term pain and suffering. Our law firm specializes in personal injury post concussion syndrome accident claims so contact our office at 248-352-2110 or toll free 866-447-3563 to consult about your case free of charge.
A concussion is a brain injury that occurs when the brain strikes the inside of the skull or is otherwise injured. A violent blow to the head, such as a person hitting his or her head on the dashboard during a car accident, can cause a concussion. Sports, falling, pedestrian and bicycle accidents, and physical abuse can also cause someone to suffer a concussion. It is not always easy to know if you have a concussion. Symptoms such as headache, nausea, and confusion may not appear for days or even weeks after the injury. There are many reasons why it is very important for anyone involved in an auto accident or other serious injury accident to get examined by the appropriate medical professional as soon as possible.
In some cases, we have seen victims who experience a concussion in a car accident actually develop post-concussion syndrome. The individuals who have previously experienced head trauma, are especially vulnerable to post-concussive syndrome. The constellation of symptoms for post-concussion syndrome can include headache, confusion, balance problems, difficulties with sleeping, dizziness, depression, coordination problems, anxiety, irritability, reduced concentration, memory problems, sensitivity to noise and light, ringing in the ears, and/or blurred vision. These nagging symptoms can unquestionably affect a victim’s life. By bring an insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit, if you are suffering from post-concussion syndrome, you may be able to receive significant compensation for your medical bills, work loss, loss of earning capacity, pain and suffering, and other valuable Michigan no fault auto insurance benefits.
If you have developed the symptoms of post-concussion syndrome after being involved in a car accident caused by another party’s negligence, a personal injury claim or lawsuit may allow you to get the compensation you need. We have a high success rate in obtaining settlements for victims who have post-concussion syndrome. The skilled lawyers at our law firm have three decades of extensive experience handling post-concussion syndrome cases and help traumatic brain injury victims receive compensation they deserve for their hospital bills, physical therapy costs, prescription medication costs, pain and suffering, lost wages, and other important damages restitution.
Call our office at 248-352-2110 or toll free at 866-447-3563 today to schedule a FREE consultation with an experienced Detroit personal injury lawyer to discuss your case.