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Important facts about brain injury after an auto accident

Auto accidents occur every day, and people sustain a variety of injuries. One of the most prevalent types is brain injury. In cases where the injured party is not responsible for the auto accident, it may be possible to seek restitution.

It can be helpful to understand a few important aspects of the injury itself, and in regard to brain injury, there are certain things that claimants should know.

Occurrence

A brain injury can occur in a few different ways. Many people think that people must hit their heads on something in the vehicle to suffer an injury to the brain, but this is not so. In some cases, people can experience brain injury from their heads jerking and their brain hitting against their skull. It is important to note that this can occur in either a minor or a catastrophic accident.

Symptoms

There is a range of symptoms that people can experience after experiencing a brain injury. Some symptoms, such as bruising, dizziness, blurred vision or ringing in the ears, are clear indicators and may happen immediately. However, there are other symptoms that may develop over time. These include:

  • Mood swings
  • Memory loss
  • Constant headaches 

When victims or their loved ones notice these symptoms, it is important that they seek medical attention. These health issues are not absolute determinants of brain injury, but it is best to let a physician make the final determination.

Medical attention

After an accident, it is critical for those involved to seek treatment. Not only do physicians know the proper methods and tools to use to diagnose and address brain injuries, but they can also ensure that the injured party did not suffer any additional injuries. If the physician asks the patient to return for follow-up visits, it is in the best interest of the patient to go.

Applying these facts can help injured parties to receive the assistance they need, as well as aiding in developing strong evidence for a claim. Those looking to create a case should consider consulting with an attorney.

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