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Traumatic brain injuries from motor vehicle accidents

An injury to the brain can have serious repercussions on the way that a victim's body works and responds to stimuli. When a New York resident hits their head or suffers an impact to it in a motor vehicle accident, they can be left with a range of serious and complicated medical issues. These issues are the side effects of traumatic brain injuries, the topic of this informational post.

As stated, a traumatic brain injury can result from an impact, but it can also result from a penetration injury. During a motor vehicle accident a piece of debris may enter the brain and this event can result in a trauma to the brain. While some traumatic brain injuries may get better on their own, others may cause permanent damage to victims.

A serious traumatic brain injury can result in a loss of consciousness and confusion. It can cause seizures, aggressive behavior, and body weakness. Effects of traumatic brain injuries can be psychological or physical, and victims can be forced to live with the symptoms of traumatic brain injuries for years after their accidents.

Living with a traumatic brain injury can be costly, especially if a victim loses their ability to work and to support themselves with their income. The damages that a New York resident may be able to pursue after suffering a motor vehicle accident-related traumatic brain injury are extensive but will depend on the facts of their individual case. Working with a personal injury attorney can help a traumatic brain injury victim recognize what options they have for getting the financial help they deserve.

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