Brain Injury

A brain injury, also known as a traumatic brain injury (TBI), is any damage or disruption to the brain’s normal functioning caused by an external force. This force can result from various events, such as a blow to the head, a jolt, a penetrating injury, or the brain being deprived of oxygen. Brain injuries can vary in severity, ranging from mild concussions to severe cases, leading to long-term cognitive, physical, or emotional impairments. Common symptoms of brain injuries include headaches, confusion, memory problems, difficulty concentrating, changes in mood or behavior, and physical impairments.

It is important to seek medical attention if a brain injury is suspected, as prompt diagnosis and treatment can help minimize potential complications. If you have not been treated well by a doctor or medical facility, contact Lawyers with an Edge Gurfein and Douglas.

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