Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are classified as mild, moderate or severe. They can be open with broken skin, blood and a likely skull fracture, or they can be closed without any visible sign of an injury. They might last for two or three days, or they might last for a lifetime.
Some Common Causes and Symptoms of TBIs
According to the Mayo Clinic, falls are actually the most common cause of TBIs. Other causes include car accidents, motorcycle and bicycle accidents, violent acts and injuries suffered in contact sports. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines a TBI as a disruption in the normal function of the brain. Some common symptoms of TBIs follow:
- Loss of consciousness.
- Confusion and disorientation.
- Nausea and vomiting.
- Speech difficulties.
- Blurred vision.
When our Scottsdale AZ brain injury lawyers at Vingelli & Company Law Offices are hired on a brain injury case involving you or a family member, we get to work immediately by opening our investigation and obtaining the evidence necessary to determine exactly how the injury occurred. Our objective is to build the strongest case possible in order to obtain the most favorable disposition of your case as possible.
Our Scottsdale AZ brain injury lawyers at Vingelli & Company Law Offices have successfully represented injured clients against some of the largest insurance companies in the nation, and we continue to do that on a daily basis. That’s because we have the experience, skill and dedication necessary to successfully resolve your case at the maximum settlement or award that you deserve. If you or a family member suffered at TBI as a result of the carelessness and negligence of somebody else, contact our offices as soon as possible to arrange for a free consultation and case evaluation. If we’re retained to represent you, we’ll pursue your TBI claim on your behalf. It’s nothing that you want to try and pursue on your own.