Traumatic Brain Injuries Archives

Recovering after a car accident

In a car accident, it is possible for a driver or passenger to experience a traumatic brain injury, or TBI. A TBI can be mild or severe, and there may be a variety of symptoms that a person can face after experiencing one. Those who are in a car crash in Illinois or anywhere else should seek medical treatment even if they don't feel dizzy or lose consciousness.

Brain injuries that can result from car accidents

Car accidents in Illinois can cause a wide range of injuries for passengers, drivers and pedestrians. One particular type of harm that is a major area of concern is brain injuries. These can be very dangerous because they are not always obviously apparent immediately after an accident. That's why it's important for first responders and other medical professionals to learn how to detect brain injury as quickly as possible.

Dealing with Traumatic Brain Injuries

Traumatic brain injuries are extremely serious and debilitating. Recently, the NFL concussion litigation has provided a profound example of how head injuries of this sort can have catastrophic, lifelong impacts upon even the most elite athletes. Memory loss, confusion, insomnia, rapid mood swings, and inability to concentrate are but a very few symptoms that can accompany a TBI.

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