Potential Complications a Person Can Experience After a Traumatic Brain Injury

A traumatic brain injury is one of the most serious ailments that a person may get. It can make it difficult for them to talk, walk, or even breathe. The good news is that TBIs are now more successfully treated than they have ever been. The bad news is that the long-term repercussions might frequently outweigh the immediate harm.

If you or a loved one has suffered a TBI as a consequence of a car accident or any other type of event in which someone else was at fault, call The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker as soon as possible at 800-333-0000. We can review your case extensively to assess your options and assist you in obtaining the compensation you deserve for your injuries.

Mental health issues

It’s normal to expect substantial cognitive difficulties when a person’s brain suffers injury to a region of the brain that regulates cognition. This can manifest itself in a variety of ways, including impaired memory, learning challenges, poor reasoning, and communication issues. A person with this type of complication may have trouble understanding speech, speaking difficulties, and reading or comprehension issues.

Behavioral issues

A person who has suffered brain injury will most likely act differently than they did before the event. They may have issues with self-control. They may be unaware of how insensitive their behaviors are. They might engage in risky behavior that they have never done before. Rapid mood swings, sorrow, anger, and concern are common in those who have had a TBI.

Physical issues

The brain is in charge of several physiological activities. As a result, a person who has suffered a traumatic brain injury may have a range of physical symptoms. It’s possible that they have nerve damage in their eyes or facial muscles. They might be experiencing sensory issues such as a loss of taste or a constant ringing in their ears. Some TBI sufferers have hazy vision and/or difficulty maintaining their equilibrium.

Contact an expert attorney if you have sustained a TBI

Because many of the aforementioned issues do not manifest themselves until weeks or months after an accident, having an attorney who is familiar with both the short- and long-term consequences of these injuries is essential. That attorney can be found in The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker. Based on our many years of experience, we know how to analyze your long-term expenditures and work hard to get you the money you deserve. Call 800-333-0000 right now to talk with a personal injury lawyer about your case.