Traumatic brain injuries can be serious or become serious, no matter how insignificant they may seem at first. Even a minor traumatic brain injury can leave you suffering serious pain and may require special medical attention. Not all traumatic brain injuries are the same. Some traumatic brain injuries can be more severe than others. Some common types of traumatic brain injuries are concussions, brain contusions, anoxic brain injuries, and penetrating TBI.

Concussions are well known because even those who haven’t suffered a TBI are familiar with athletes from various sports, especially football, that sustain concussions. Brain contusions occur when your brain gets a bruise. Brain contusions can range in severity, depending on how hard your impact was. Anoxic brain injuries happen when your brain does get enough oxygen circulating. This can be extremely dangerous and lead to further health complications. A penetrating TBI is an injury that pierces through your brain. This can be the most catastrophic TBI, depending on what part of your brain was impacted. In any case, TBI injuries may require serious medical attention, so it’s important to not only get the medical help you need but seek the proper legal guidance to help you get the financial compensation you deserve.

What If I End Up Permanently Disabled Due to a TBI?

Becoming permanently disabled due to a TBI can be tragic and disheartening. From not being able to work to losing the enjoyment of life, a permanent disability should be compensated accordingly. Our law firm can work to get you the most damages possible for your case. We know how impactful a permanent disability can be and we will work tirelessly to make sure you and your family are taking care of financially moving forward.

What Are the Symptoms of a Traumatic Brain Injury?

Symptoms of a TBI can range from mild to severe depending on the type of TBI injury you have suffered and the severity of it. In general, you can experience a slew of symptoms like headaches, migraines, dizziness, nausea, confusion, tiredness, loss of consciousness, emotional distress, improper oxygenation, swelling of the brain, agitation, and more. Prior to contacting a TBI lawyer to see how you can get compensation for your injuries, be sure to seek medical attention for your injuries.

Should I Hire a TBI Lawyer?

You may face significant pushback for your personal injury claim. Fight back with the help of a trusted TBI lawyer from the Law Office of Daniel Deng. You can reach our law office by calling (626) 280-6000 to schedule a free consultation today.