Symptoms of TBI
Recognizing a Traumatic Brain Injury
Even highly trained medical professionals frequently miss the symptoms of a traumatic brain injury (TBI). While the problems caused by a severe TBI are obvious and include loss of mobility or coma, the problems caused by mild and moderate TBI can be much more subtle.
With more than 30 years of experience handling traumatic brain injury cases for people in Santa Ana and throughout California, the attorneys of Aitken Aitken Cohn have developed the ability to recognize the symptoms of TBI, to some extent. More importantly, however, we have come to know the respected medical professionals who can help our clients properly diagnose and treat a TBI.
Symptoms of Mild and Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury
Mild traumatic brain injury is the most common type of brain injury. It is often referred to as concussion, minor head trauma, minor brain injury or minor head injury. Symptoms can include:
- Vision problems
- Memory loss
- Difficulty concentrating
- Dizziness and loss of balance
- Depression and emotional problems
For many victims, these symptoms do not appear immediately, but end up lasting for a very long time. It is crucial to make certain that the compensation recovered addresses the possible need for long-term care in traumatic brain injury cases. You can count on our experienced attorneys to help you seek the best possible outcome.
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Our lawyers welcome the privilege of consulting with you about your traumatic brain injury (TBI) claim. We accept cases on a contingency basis. We will advance all costs necessary to successfully prosecute your case. We are only paid for our services if we get results for you. Contact our law firm today.