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A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can negatively affect all areas of your life. If you or someone close to you suffered a traumatic brain injury that was caused by the negligence of another, personal injury attorney Moses Yneges wants to talk to you, as you may be entitled to compensation.

Mr. Yneges is prepared to help you through your traumatic brain injury experience. With dedicated legal assistance and vast experience in all areas of personal injury law, Mr. Yneges is uniquely qualified in helping you obtain the compensation you deserve for your debilitating injuries.

Traumatic Brain Injury Causes & Symptoms

Brain injuries are particularly severe due to the lasting and permanent effects they can cause to otherwise healthy individuals. You may be missing work, have chronic pain, and your quality of life may be irreversibly damaged.

Mr. Yneges at The Accident Injury Law Center in Orange County, California, wants to hear your story to determine if he can be of assistance in obtaining the compensation you deserve for the injuries you have suffered.

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Common Symptoms of Brain Injuries

When your brain is exposed to trauma, the experience can leave you with lingering effects that can last throughout your life.

Everyone is different, and no two accidents are the same. However, depending on the nature of your accident, you may be experiencing one or more of the following brain injury effects.

  • Memory loss
  • Chronic headaches and migraines
  • Seizures
  • Dizziness
  • Personality change
  • Changes in motor skills and function
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Changes to hearing, vision, and speech
  • Paralysis (partial or complete)
  • Early onset of Alzheimer’s
  • Falling due to loss of balance
  • Inability to hear
  • Emotional instability
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These brain injury symptoms can make it difficult to adjust to a new quality of life. You may be out of work and thus unable to support your family. You might require ongoing care and have a need to learn new coping skills and lifestyle habits.

Brain Injuries Causing Pain & Discomfort

Many traumatic brain injuries result from hitting your head against an unforgiving surface, such as a dashboard or steering wheel during a vehicular accident. A TBI can also occur from your head being shaken or forcefully moved from front-to-back or side-to-side causing your brain to be injured from hitting the inside of your own skull. Slip and falls can also lead to a TBI. If you feel physical pain, your discomfort doesn’t always imply TBI, but it can be a warning sign. If your pain is accompanied by persistent headaches in the days following your accident or fall, you should take the symptoms seriously by getting the appropriate medical care. You should share your symptoms with a doctor immediately. Don’t assume that the symptoms will go away on their own or that they are no big deal. Insurance companies use a lack of treatment and the fact that a doctor has not diagnosed your condition to say that you are not injured. Don’t make it easy for the insurance companies to argue that you are not injured, when in fact you may be seriously injured and you deserve compensation for your injuries.

Has Your Brain Injury Affected Your Cognitive Abilities?

If your accident or fall has led to changes in your cognitive abilities, this can be a clear sign that a TBI has occurred. These changes often occur with concussions and brain injuries that lead to long-term damage.

You should call a doctor immediately if you experience any of the symptoms listed below, which can be indicative of severe brain trauma.

  • Inability to focus

  • Loss of memory

  • Bouts of confusion and foggy headedness

  • Reading and writing difficulties

  • Trouble speaking or understanding others

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