Traumatic brain injuries can range from mild concussions to severe damage that causes permanent disabilities. If you have suffered any degree of traumatic brain injury (TBI), your first priority should be seeking the appropriate medical attention, diagnosis, and treatment to avoid further injury or damage. Also be aware that the signs and symptoms of brain injuries sometimes do not show up for days or weeks after the initial injury, so if you have hit your head, you should always keep an eye out for arising symptoms even if none are immediately apparent.
After you are diagnosed with a TBI, you should consult with a Philadelphia personal injury attorney as you may be able to recover in court if the accident was caused by someone else’s negligence. The most common causes of traumatic brain injury lawsuits include:
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