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Traumatic brain injuries and relief for victims

On Behalf of | Jun 3, 2022 | Motor Vehicle Accidents

Victims of car, truck and other types of traumatic accidents can suffer traumatic brain injuries (TBI). If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury in a car or truck accident, it is likely that you and your family understand the long road ahead you all face. It is valuable for victims of TBIs to also have information about the legal relief that may be available to them.

There are many possible causes of TBIs, but one of the most common is a sudden blow to the head. These often come about in car accidents. One of the leading causes of traumatic brain injuries is car accidents. When the victim’s head takes a violent, hard, hit during a car accident, they may experience bleeding or other effects that can limit blood flow and lead to serious damage to the brain tissue. Sometimes, the brain tissue swells against the skull, causing further damage. Afterward, their brains may undergo chemical changes to compensate for the injury. The more severe the brain injury, the longer these changes can potentially last which can damage brain cells.


Traumatic brain injuries can be complicated to understand and treat. Depending on the severity of your injury and your symptoms, you may need different types of treatment and care following your brain injury. These can include hospital care, surgeries, rehabilitative therapy, counseling, rest and time away from work, as well as ongoing care at home. Because of this, TBIs can also be expensive for victims and families.

If your brain injury was the result of another party’s negligence, you may be able to recover compensation through a personal injury claim. A personal injury legal claim following a car accident may  help victims with the physical, financial and emotional costs associated with their brain injury. Compensation for damages may aid them in their recovery process as they work to return to the activities they enjoyed prior to the accident.