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Signs that You Might Have a Brain Injury

Signs that You Might Have a Brain Injury

Signs that You Might Have a Brain Injury

Violent blows or jolts to the head can cause traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). Also, objects that pierce the skull and damage brain tissues can cause these injuries. Brain injuries vary from mild to severe. Mild injuries temporarily affect the brain cells, while severe ones cause bleeding, bruising, and tearing of delicate tissue. Severe brain injuries can be life-threatening and cause lifelong impairments.

Moreover, brain injury symptoms vary depending on the injury’s severity. The signs can be mental, behavioral, or physical. If someone else caused you this challenging and complex injury, you should speak with a Beverly Hills brain injury attorney about your rights.

Physical Symptoms

A person with a brain injury manifests different physical symptoms. Here are the leading ones.

  • Lost consciousness that could last several minutes or indefinitely
  • Persistent headaches that keep worsening
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Seizures
  • Dilated eye pupils
  • Colorless fluids coming from the nose or ears
  • Difficulties waking up
  • Weak or numb fingers and toes
  • Coordination and balance loss
  • Impaired speech

Mental Symptoms

  • Confusion, restlessness, or agitation
  • Inability to recognize familiar people or places
  • Combative or other unusual behavior
  • Difficulty with comprehension or cognitive processing

When to See a Doctor

Head injuries are serious and deserve emergency attention. It’s prudent to see a doctor even if you feel your injury might not be that severe because complications can develop. Treat your case as a medical emergency if you feel confused, disoriented, or lose consciousness.

You can either call 911 or walk into an emergency room if you can do so alone. However, it’s always safer to call emergency medical experts due to the unpredictable nature of brain injuries. Emergency personnel are trained to move patients safely without worsening their injuries.

Consult a Beverly Hills Brain Injury Attorney

Suffering a brain injury can be costly in many ways. If someone else was to blame, you want the right Beverly Hills brain injury attorney on your side. Don’t hesitate to contact our office of Jalilvand Law today for a free consultation.

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