Our experience representing brain injury victims throughout Ohio has shown that anyone can be at risk for a traumatic brain injury in an accident. While many head injuries are considered to be “minor” in nature, even the most “minor” injury can have a significant impact on a victim’s long-term memory, decision-making function, sensory function, and impulse control. Even football associations have been recently discussing the implementation of new rules and regulations to protect football players from brain injuries and their long term consequences. The medical community is now beginning to realize that head injuries we used to think were insignificant may have very severe and permanent long-term effects. For this reason, it is important to have an experienced Dayton brain injury attorney who understands and can evaluate the potential devastation of a brain injury.
Contact our Dayton Brain Injury Lawyers
The Brannon Law Firm has successfully represented many victims and families that have been forced to live with head injuries or other traumatic brain injuries as the result of an accident. Maximizing damages for traumatic brain injury victims requires a thorough understanding of the brain’s anatomy, medical issues, and other complexities related to medical facts. Additionally, our Dayton personal injury attorneys understand how each of these medical issues and complexities interact with the relevant areas of law. We work with expert neurologists, neuroradiologists, neuropsychologists, life care planners, vocational experts and other medical experts to get a complete picture of a victim’s injuries and the impact it will have in the future. This skill and expertise of our attorneys have resulted in our clients being compensated millions of dollars for their injuries. If you have suffered a brain injury, call our offices today for a free consultation to see how we can help.
Common Type of Brain Injuries
Every brain injury is different. However, because of the brain’s complexity, every small difference is extremely significant in the permanent effects. Typically, brain injuries are classified as mild, moderate or severe. The most common types of brain injuries include:
- Closed Head Injuries
- Skull Fractures
- Brain Swelling
- Hypoxic Brain Injuries
- Penetration Injuries
It is crucial to diagnose any type of brain injury as soon as possible. There are treatment options that can minimize the permanent and long term effects of a brain injury. In some cases, treatment means the difference between life and death. If a head injury remains untreated for too long it may lead to severe complications or even death.
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