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Getting Help: Traumatic Brain Injuries

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Getting Help: Traumatic Brain InjuriesNEW YORK – Every kind of injury has the potential to be severe, but some of the most serious accidents result in traumatic brain injuries.

A traumatic brain injury is also known as TBI. Basically, it’s a blow to the head that causes your brain to function abnormally. Even the slightest injury can have a massive impact on your body and health.

TBIs can occur in any type of accident, but the Queens car accident attorneys at Cellino & Barnes say it’s a very common injury when vehicles collide.

“More than half of all reported brain injuries happen in car accidents,” Queens car accident lawyer Ross Cellino said. “Even minor crashes can result in severe brain injuries, and sometimes the symptoms don’t manifest for days or weeks.”

Head trauma occurs when a person’s skull hits an object like a steering wheel, head rest, windshield, or a window. What makes TBIs particularly dangerous is that they may not be an open wound or other indication that a person is injured.

In many car accidents, just the force of a collision can cause a person’s brain to strike their skull. It’s physics: an object in motion (your brain) stays in motion until the vehicle suddenly stops in a crash. A Queens car accident attorney says in these cases, there may not be any physical signs that a person has been injured but there are ways to find out.

“When we handle a person’s claim, we gather every piece of evidence that can help them get the best result possible,” Cellino said. “Being such a large firm, we have the resources to get top medical experts and the latest information on brain injuries so that we can not only make sure our client maximizes their settlement verdict; but make sure they get the treatments they need.”

Although a TBI may seem minor at first, brain injuries and spinal cord injuries are nothing to take lightly. These can often be debilitating and severely affect a person’s way of life. Some symptoms may include constant or recurring headaches, unusual fatigue, changes in vision, dizziness, memory loss, or feelings of depression.

If you or a loved one have recently been in a car crash, you may want to call or visit one of the many Cellino & Barnes offices across the New York Metro Area. An experienced Queens car accident attorney can handle your case from start to finish, and make sure that your rights are protected.

Their consultations are free, and you won’t need to pay a fee unless they win your case. Contact a Queens car accident lawyer at Cellino & Barnes today for a free consultation.

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