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Why We’re Focusing on Brain Injury Awareness in March

Each day, approximately 155 people in the U.S. die from injuries that include traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). For each of these deaths, many more suffer injuries that aren’t fatal but are incredibly debilitating.

How do we reduce the number of brain injuries? One of the many solutions is increasing awareness of the problem. March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, which means that we have an opportunity to start the important conversation about traumatic brain injuries.

Spreading the Message About Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs)

We’ve put together a guide on TBIs to provide you with valuable information about:

  • How traumatic brain injuries happen
  • The common causes of brain injuries
  • The long-term impact of traumatic brain injuries
  • The legal options TBI sufferers might be able to pursue

After reading this brief guide, you’ll have the information you need to start the conversation about brain injuries. Simply click below to get started.

Recognizing the Warning Signs of a Serious Brain Injury

Brain injury symptoms vary greatly from one injury to another. Though people tend to associate brain injuries with a loss of consciousness, the truth is that other, more subtle symptoms are far more likely after someone suffers a blow or jolt to the head. Signs of a brain injury include:

  • Dizziness
  • Confusion
  • Nausea
  • Headaches
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Blurred vision

If you notice these signs of a TBI in yourself or a loved one, it’s vital that you seek medical assistance immediately. When left untreated, brain injuries can lead to permanent physical disability, cognitive impairment, and even death.

When Your TBI Is Someone Else’s Fault, You Have Options

The consequences of TBIs can be overwhelming for sufferers and their families. Costly medical bills and a limited earning capacity can put anyone suffering from a brain injury at risk for financial catastrophe. This is one of the many reasons we encourage people who have sustained a brain injury through no fault of their own to speak to an attorney.

Many brain injury attorneys offer free consultations, so you have the chance to talk over your case with an experienced lawyer. You’ll face no pressure to move forward with a claim if you don’t wish to do so.

Contact Us to Schedule Your Free Case Review

It never hurts to speak to an attorney. Take advantage of Parrish DeVaughn’s free consultations, so we can hear your story and help you explore your legal options. Contact our Oklahoma City brain injury attorneys today to get started.