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Burlingame Personal Injury Attorney Brain Injury

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is often the result of a intense impact to the head. Here at Burlingame Injury Attorney we grasp the quite a few things that cause brain injury including falls, medical negligence and auto accidents.

Many clientele have found assistance individually or their loved ones through our brain injury lawyers.

All you have to do is call Burlingame Injury Attorney if your or someone you love has been through a traumatic brain injury. Our phone number is 650-646-9242 and we can be called on-line also.

Vehicles & Brain Injuries

Automobile accidents are the primary cause of TBI in the U.S.

A brain injury can take place any time a victim's head strikes a physical object for example a windshield or whenever the force of an collision causes the brain to move violently inside head, with no direct impact. Many injuries are evident at the time of the accident however in many cases they can take place later as the tissues swell. This may also result in bleeding within the skull.

Brain injuries are more inclined to take place in side-impact vehicle accidents, because of the likelihood of the head smacking the window. Air bags and seat belts protect against brain injuries in a front impact crash.

Injuries and brain hemorrhages have taken place any time safety bags are defective. Brain stems have been cut at these times. In quite a few cases where this has happened and people are mortally wounded or paralyzed it wouldn't have occurred if the air bag hadn't been implemented. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that because 1990, safety bags killed 227 folks in low-impact crashes. Passengers both girls and boys and adult were killed - ten adults and 119 girls and boys. Seventy six drivers were mortally wounded.

Brain Injury-Med Malpractice

Medical mistakes made by medicare professionals for example medical doctors and nurses can lead to brain damage or TBI. The majority of traumatic brain injuries are brought on during giving birth, possibly by a delay in performing a necessary c-section, complications with a vaginal delivery, or a blunder creating a traumatic delivery.

It's unfortunate, however true, that a brain injury can take place even with the best possible heath care treatment. In quite a few instances, there's nothing that should have or could have been done to prevent a brain injury.

But sometimes brain injuries take place due to neglect or mistakes on the area of the medical person or facility. These mistakes are considered medical negligence.

Brain Injury-Children

Child abuse, sports injuries, vehicle or bicycle accidents are the reason for quite a few of the traumatic brain injuries in girls and boys. There are around 100,000 girls and boys put in the hospital each year with head injuries.

A brain injury can be hard to identify in a child because of the regular changes that take place at different stages of growth.

It may seem that they're normal following a TBI however problems make an appearance later whenever they can't do simple such things as make logical decisions.

Burlingame Injury Attorney can assist you to decide if you need litigation due to a TBI to you or a family member.

Symptoms Of Brain Injury

A broad variety of symptoms can take place after a brain injury. Certain areas of the brain can cause different symptoms. Here's a list of some that can happen:

Frontal Lobe: Forehead

  • Decrease insimple movement of different areas of the body (Paralysis).
  • Unability to plan a sequence of complicated movements necessary to complete multi-stepped jobs, for example making coffee.
  • Spontaneity is lost
  • Not able to think in versatile terms
  • One track brain focuses in a single thought
  • Not able to concentrate on the job at hand
  • Mood changes.
  • Social conduct changes
  • Personality changes
  • Problem solving troubles
  • Not able to express language.

Back and top of your head - Parietal Lobe

  • Not able to manage more than one object simultaneously
  • Not ableto name an object.
  • Not able to write because of not being able to find the words
  • Reading problems
  • Troublewith drawing physical objects.
  • Trouble in distinguishing left from right.
  • Math difficulties
  • Unawareness of areas of the body in a way that impacts self-care
  • Visual focus challenges
  • Hand - eye coordination problems

In the back of the Head - Posterior - Occipital Lobes

  • Vision problems
  • Troublewith locating physical objects in environment.
  • Trouble with identifying colors.
  • Production of hallucinations.
  • Visual illusions - inaccurately seeing things.
  • Not able to recognize words
  • Trouble in identifying drawn things.
  • Not able to recognize the movement of object.
  • Troubles with reading and writing.

Temporal Lobes: side of head above ears

  • Difficulty in identifying faces.
  • Trouble in comprehending spoken words.
  • Dysfunction with selective focus on what we see and hear.
  • Difficulty verbalizing and identifying physical objects
  • Short-term loss of memory.
  • Long term loss of memory interference
  • Sexual conduct interest level changes
  • Cannot categorize things
  • Right lobe injury can result in persistent talking.
  • Elevated aggressive conduct.

Within the Brain - Brain Stem

  • Diminished crucial capacity in breathing, critical for speech.
  • Swallowing food and water.
  • Trouble with perception and organtization of the environment.
  • Troubles with movement and balance.
  • Nausea and dizziness
  • Sleep problems

Cerebellum: base of the skull

  • Loss of ability to synchronize fine motions.
  • Loss of ability to walk.
  • Reach out and grabbing items no longer is possible
  • Shakiness
  • Lightheadedness
  • Speech that is slurred
  • Not able to make rapid movements.

If a family member has suffered a traumatic brain injury, please don't hesitate to call Burlingame Injury Attorney right now at 650-646-9242 or e-mail us on-line.

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