Traumatic Brain Injury

Woodbridge Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyers

Effective Advocacy & Representation in Woodbridge

Experiencing a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in an accident can lead to permanent injuries and disabilities. The victim may require around-the-clock care, extensive surgeries, or lifetime rehabilitation. At Palmisano & Goodman, P.A., we act as aggressive advocates for our seriously injured clients to recover fair compensation and ensure the responsible party is held accountable. We are an established and trusted firm with a reputation for success in serious personal injury cases.

Representing Catastrophic Accidents & Injuries

Our Woodbridge personal injury lawyers have spent more than 100+ years helping injured individuals pursue the compensation and settlements they deserve for the losses they have suffered as a result of catastrophic accidents. We are extremely educated in the field of personal injury law and catastrophic injury claims, and we can help you understand your rights and take action against the negligent party.

We can represent individuals who suffered traumatic brain injuries as a result of:

Short-Term & Long-Term Effects of TBI

The effects of a head injury are typically obvious immediately, with various symptoms from brain swelling to internal bleeding. However, you may not immediately know you have a traumatic brain injury, which is why seeking medical care right away is imperative. The long-term effects such as memory loss, personality change, and concentration difficulties may not be obvious right away. Early intervention and thorough rehabilitation can make a lifelong difference in a victim's degree of recovery. Filing a personal injury claim with the help of a Woodbridge traumatic brain injury attorney is essential to recovering the necessary compensation to pay for your expenses.

How To Tell If You Have a Concussion

Identifying a concussion can be challenging, as symptoms can vary among individuals. However, here are some common signs and symptoms that may indicate a concussion:

  1. Headache: One of the most common symptoms of a concussion is a persistent or worsening headache.
  2. Cognitive difficulties: You may experience difficulty concentrating, memory problems, or feeling mentally foggy.
  3. Confusion or disorientation: Feeling confused, disoriented, or having trouble understanding or processing information are typical signs of a concussion.
  4. Dizziness or balance problems: Feeling lightheaded, unsteady, or experiencing difficulty with balance or coordination can be indicative of a concussion.
  5. Nausea or vomiting: Some individuals may feel nauseous or experience vomiting following a head injury.
  6. Sensitivity to light or noise: Bright lights or loud sounds may exacerbate symptoms or cause discomfort for those with a concussion.
  7. Fatigue or drowsiness: Feeling excessively tired, drowsy, or lacking energy is common after a concussion.
  8. Changes in mood or behavior: Concussions can lead to mood swings, irritability, increased emotional sensitivity, or changes in personality.
  9. Sleep disturbances: You may experience changes in sleep patterns, such as insomnia or excessive sleepiness.
  10. Visual or auditory disturbances: Blurred vision, ringing in the ears (tinnitus), or other sensory disruptions can occur.

It is important to note that symptoms may not appear immediately after the head injury, and some individuals may have delayed or subtle signs. If you suspect you have a concussion, it is crucial to seek medical attention. A healthcare professional can perform a comprehensive evaluation, conduct neurological tests, and provide appropriate guidance for treatment and recovery.

How Long After Hitting Your Head Can Concussion Symptoms Start?

Concussion symptoms can start immediately after hitting your head, but they can also develop and become noticeable hours or even days after the initial impact. The onset of symptoms varies from person to person and can depend on various factors such as the severity of the impact, individual susceptibility, and the specific nature of the injury. It's important to be aware that concussion symptoms may not always manifest immediately, and if you experience any signs of a concussion, even if they appear later, you should seek medical attention promptly.

To learn more about how we handle brain injury cases or to schedule a consultation with a Woodbridge catastrophic injury attorney at our firm, contact us at (732) 709-4400.

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