Symptoms of TBI
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be sustained in nearly any type of accident. On the scene of an accident, TBI is often diagnosed due to symptoms such as:
- Loss of consciousness
- Extreme confusion
- Fluids coming from nose and ears
- Uneven pupil dilation
- Convulsions or seizures
However, TBI does not always produce immediate symptoms, making it important that you seek medical attention any time you sustain a blow to the head.
If you of a loved one has been diagnosed with TBI, please contact the Law Offices of Van Dorn & Curtiss or call (603) 556-4148 today to schedule a free consultation with a dedicated New Hampshire personal injury lawyer.
Symptoms of TBI may include:
- Chronic headaches
- Memory or concentration problems
- Anxiety or depression
- Uncharacteristically aggressive behavior
- Speech difficulties
- Sleep disruptions
Some of these symptoms may take several months to manifest and may indicate a permanent loss of certain brain functions. The only way to prevent damage from accumulating is by seeking immediate treatment. The only way to be properly compensated for the treatment you will need is with the help of an aggressive New Hampshire personal injury lawyer.
Please contact our experienced New Hampshire personal injury lawyers to schedule your free consultation today. We represent victims of TBI throughout the states of New Hampshire and Vermont.