List the common symptoms after a IL Chicago brain injury car accident
Josephine Cullotta December 27, 2011
Receiving a head trauma diagnosis is frightening and overwhelming for persons with a traumatic brain injury.
While every injury is unique, common symptoms after a IL Chicago car accident you experience 1 or more of these brain injuyr symptoms:
- Cognitive and Communicative Difficulties
- Persons who sustain a brain injury may experience common symptoms such as memory loss, confusion, and difficulty staying focused. In addition, person with traumatic brain injury may have difficulty understanding others or expressing her true thoughts and emotions.
- Read a Jane’s life after her IL Chicago brain injury car accident:
Jane is a mother who after a crash lost all desire to have fun with her husband and childrenand friends. She stopped going out. She had to change careers until she eventually she was unable to perform any job. Jane stopped doing all activites with her children.
Her husband was very supportive but felt like he was “walking on egg shells” when Jane had a migraine or wasnt able to get anything done at work. Jane’s severe head pain made her unable to stay focused and do her job like she had before her brain injury and thus crash. Her head pain would last hours and sometimes it went on for several days.
At a party, she listened to a groip of people talking but only comprehend a few words in each sentrnce. When she walked away she’d entirly forget what she did hear. Her inability to recall all parts of the conversation caused her embarassment that she no longer went out with friends and minimized her social conversations with co-workers. Medication and many different types of rehabiliation and therapy are availble to decrease her brain injury symptoms.
- Sensory Problems
Victims of head traumas may lose some of their senses like sense of smell, taste, touch and hearing.
- Psychological and Emotional Problems
Depression, anxiety, and aggression are common symptoms of an injury to the brain. TBI victims may also feel confused and act out inappropriately.
According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders, one-half of those suffering from traumatic brain injuries will need surgery to remedy bruised brain tissue or ruptured blood vessels.
In cases of severe head injuries following an auto accident, patients may fall into a coma. When in a coma, an individual is in an unconscious and unresponsive.
- Vegetative State
Following the worst traumatic brain injuries, a person may fall into a temporary or permanent vegetative state. The person may experience periods of alertness mixed with periods of unconsciousness and unresponsiveness.
If you sustained any of the above symptoms after an IL brain injury accident, contact our head trauma brain injury law offices today.
Brain injuries must be a frightening and overwhelming experience. We are here to help and offer you our support through this very difficult time. Knowing what your legal options are after a brain injury accident or slip and fall can help relieve – some – of the worry you are experiencing.
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