Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury
Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury can range from physical to psychological effects. Some symptoms may become apparent directly following the accident that caused the brain injury, however others may take a few days or even weeks to appear.
If you are involved in an accident that causes you to suffer from a traumatic brain injury, depending on the severity of the accident, you may experience mild to moderate or severe injury symptoms.
Mild Physical Symptoms
- Loss of consciousness for a short period of time
- Difficulty Sleeping
Mild Cognitive and Sensory Symptoms
- Blurred vision
- Sensitivity to light or sound
- Ringing in the ears
- Memory or concentration problems
- Mood Changes
- Feeling depressed or anxious
- Mood swings
If your accident causes you to suffer from moderate to severe traumatic brain injury, you may experience any of the signs and symptoms of a mild injury as well as the following symptoms:
- Loss of consciousness for long periods of time
- Repeated vomiting
- Persistent headache
- Inability to awaken from sleep
- Weakness or numbness in finger or toes
- Loss of coordination
Regardless of the symptoms that you are experiencing, if you were involved in an accident that caused Traumatic Brain Injury you should seek immediate medical attention.
If the accident that caused your head trauma was not your fault, you may also want to speak with an experienced Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney to see if you can receive compensation for your injury.
Bey & Associates has an expert team of lawyers who specialize in treating victims of negligence. If you were hurt and wish to seek help, contact us today for a free case evaluation to see if we can help with your Traumatic Brain Injury lawsuit in Georgia.
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