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Traumatic Brain Injury Symptoms

michigan brain injury symptomsOur Michigan brain injury lawyers frequently represent individuals who suffer serious brain injuries in tragic accidents. These injuries can come from car accidents, motorcycle accidents, slip and fall accidents, work related accidents, and other unfortunate occurrances.

Cause of Michigan Traumatic Brain Injuries

According to the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, causes of a traumatic brain injury include:

  • Falls (28%)
  • Motor Vehicle Traffic Accidents (20%)
  • Struck by/against events (sports injuries, recreational accidents) (19%)
  • Assaults (11%)

Symptoms of Michigan Traumatic Brain Injuries

A traumatic brain injury can cause a serious disability and the effects can be permanent. It is important to recognize the symptoms of a traumatic brain injury:

  • Coma
  • Persistent headaches or neck pain
  • Difficulty remembering, paying attention, or making decisions
  • Slowness in thinking, speaking, acting, or reading
  • Getting lost or easily confused
  • Feeling tired or lacking energy
  • Mood changes
  • Changes in sleeping patterns
  • Light-headedness, dizziness, or loss of balance
  • Nausea
  • Increased sensitivity to light, sound, or distractions
  • Blurred vision
  • Loss of sense of smell or taste
  • Ringing in the ears

Michigan Traumatic Brain Injury Facts & Information

Traumatic brain injuries can cause a wide range of functional changes that affect thinking, sensation, language, and emotions. The Center for Disease Control estimates nearly 5.3 million Americans suffer from a traumatic brain injury.

Our Michigan brain injury lawyers understand that these types of injuries have a tremendous effect on an individual's ability to lead his or her normal life. Changes in personality can affect marriages, families, and friendships. Closed head injury patients are often unable to return to work and suffer a significant impairment of earnings and earning potential. Further, brain injury patients in Michigan often need expensive attendant care services due to their condition. If the injury arose from a car accident, motorcycle accident, truck accident, bicycle accident, or pedestrian accident, there is often a Michigan No-Fault Insurance claim for benefits. 

The injuries resulting from traumatic brain injuries are often permanent, and cases involving brain injuries have substantial value for both settlements and jury verdicts. This is because of the tremendous costs and expenses related to caring for a brain injured child and the loss of a child's earnings over his or her lifetime.

There are many excellent brain injury support groups for brain injury patients and their families throughout the United States that promote treatment, prevention, and education. Most states have strong local chapters of the national associations, including a Michigan chapter.

Contact Our Michigan Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyers

If you or a loved one has sustained a serious brain injury and are in need of legal representation, call our award winning law firm today at (800) 606-1717. We will listen to your story and determine if you have a claim to pursue. If you do, we will represent you under our No Fee Promise, which means you pay nothing unless we are able to obtain a settlement for you. If we are unable to win your case, you will owe us nothing. We put this in writing for you.

There are strict time deadlines on Michigan injury claims, so it is important you contact our brain injury lawyers as soon as possible to have the best chance at recovering compensation.

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