The brain is very soft. The skull is hard. When the brain accelerates and slams into the hard skull the brain is injured. If your loved one experienced a debilitating brain injury as a result of another’s negligence, call brain injury lawyer Daniel Weltin now.
We rely on a healthy brain to be who we are. Brain injury is sometimes called TBI. TBI means traumatic brain injury. Any impact that results in extreme force upon the brain can cause this type of injury.
If you’ve suffered a traumatic head injury you need to contact a brain injury lawyer now.
Common causes of head injury include traffic accidents, work accidents, recreational accidents, falls, accidents in the home and industrial accidents. Often times these injuries are the direct result of the negligence of a third party. In this case, the victim of the injury has the right to file a civil lawsuit, seeking fair compensation for medical care, lost wages, pain and suffering and more. If you experienced a brain injury as a result of another’s negligence, don’t hesitate to call the Law Offices of Daniel Weltin at 510-319-1904 today. We are experienced and committed to fighting for justice and appropriate compensation. Consultation is 100% free and there is no fee unless we win your case
If you were the victim of a brain injury contact the Law Offices of Daniel Weltin for a free case evaluation by calling 510-319-1904. You may also email us. Consultation is always 100% free and there are no fees unless we win your case.
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is an impact to the head that results in damage to brain functioning.
Common causes of TBI include:
Hitting your head on a windshield, steering wheel or dashboard in an automobile accident
Fall and hit your head on the floor or against a hard surface or a solid object
Physical assaults that cause blows to the head from a fist, a foot, or a solid object
These are called Closed Head TBI. Open head injuries occur when an object, such as a bullet or a fragment of skull, penetrates the skull and contacts the brain tissue.
Concussion – This is the most common form of TBI. It is defined as a brief loss of normal brain function due to impact with the head
Contusion – This is a hematoma of the brain tissue. Brain contusions often result from skull fractures or whiplash injuries
Contrecoup – This is a specific type of brain contusion, when the brain is shaken violently inside the skull. It can also lead to axonal shearing, an injury to individual nerve cells in the brain
Hematoma – This is hemorrhage within or near the brain, as a result of injury to a blood vessel.
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a sudden impact on the head or body of a person that damages the brain’s functioning. Examples of TBI include concussion, brain contusion and hematoma (bleeding within or near the brain).
According to the Centers for Disease Control, 2.5 million cases of BIT were reported in the United States in 2010.
The most common form of TBI is a concussion. It is defined as a brief loss of normal brain function due to the impact of the head.
TBI’s frequently result from:
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Slip / fall and fall injuries
Symptoms of a concussion include:
Brief loss of consciousness
Problems of concentration, attention, focus
Dizziness, loss of balance
Concussion symptoms range from mild to severe, depending on the force of the impact, similar to previous injuries and other factors.
Concussion injuries, particularly those resulting in any loss of consciousness, should be taken seriously and treated by medical personnel.