What are common causes of traumatic brain injuries?

Like other medical injuries that California residents may suffer, traumatic brain injuries can be mild or may be life-threatening. No matter the degree of severity, brain injuries occur when the normal activities of the brain are disrupted by bumps, jolts or penetrations on or into the brain. Depending on how and the severity of the injury, the injured party may require medical attention and long-term support.

Traumatic brain injuries or TBI can be acquired in many different ways. One of the most common causes of TBI is car accidents. When a car is involved in an accident, its driver or passenger may be violently thrown forward, backward or in other directions. When this happens, the victim may collide with interior and exterior surfaces of their vehicle and hit their head. These impacts can result in serious trauma to victims' heads and brains.

Additionally, many TBIs are caused by falls and premises liability incidents. When a victim falls on a slippery floor or trips over objects in a walkway, they may hit their head as they collapse. Head injuries from falls can be serious and may require immediate medical treatment. As a reminder to readers, this post offers no legal or medical advice.

Acts of violence, playing sports and other forms of activity can result in TBI. When a victim suffers a TBI, they should seek medical help to have their condition diagnosed and treated. After they have begun their recovery, they may wish to learn more about their legal options for seeking compensation. Their personal injury attorney can provide them with case-specific support so that they can make an informed decision about how best to deal with their needs.

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