How to Reclaim Your Life after a Head Trauma

After a traumatic brain injury—one of the most life-altering wounds you can suffer—you’re looking for a path to rebuild your life.

You may have a strong case for financial compensation if your TBI was caused by a car accident, truck accident, motorcycle accident, slip and fall or other dangerous incident involving someone who acted negligently.

A personal injury legal claim can secure money for your medical treatment, future medical needs, missed paychecks, pain and suffering, property loss and more.

Most important, it can secure a better future for you.

You’ll want to work with a highly experienced personal injury lawyer.

A traumatic brain injury is a complicated medical situation that requires a careful legal approach. You’ll need evidence, witness statements, negotiations with insurance companies, and possibly a personal injury lawsuit.

The Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal personal injury attorneys in Ohio have helped thousands of people for over 40 years, winning millions for our clients.

We’re supportive to you—and tough on your behalf.

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    Types of Traumatic Brain Injuries after Accidents

    Doctors put brain injuries into different categories:

    • OPEN INJURIES: When an object like wreckage from a car accident pierces your skull and directly injures your brain, it’s an open or “penetrating” TBI.
    • CLOSED INJURIES: When a blunt injury from a shock to your head violently jars your brain inside your skull, but doesn’t make an open wound, you have a closed brain injury.
    • OXYGEN DEPRIVATION: Reduction or loss of oxygen to the brain for a period of time (hypoxia or anoxia), such as from choking or near drowning, causes another form of traumatic brain injury.
    • POISONING: Chemicals and toxic substances that you might encounter in a hazardous setting, like lead, mercury, carbon monoxide and pesticides, can harm the brain.

    Medical evidence of your brain injury is crucial to your personal injury claim.

    Certain cases—brain injuries without visible lacerations to the head—can be particularly deceptive to detect and more tricky to prove.

    The traumatic brain injury lawyers at HNB have seen thousands of injury cases and know the elements you need for a strong claim.

    Start pursuing compensation to help you move forward from traumatic head injury by getting a free, initial consultation from our Ohio injury law firm.

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    If You Have These Symptoms, You May Have a Brain Injury Case

    Especially for mild to moderate traumatic brain injuries, you may not always realize you have a TBI after an accident.

    As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says, the symptoms can be similar to many other ailments:

    • Light sensitivity
    • Dizziness
    • Fatigue
    • Headaches
    • Nausea
    • Eyesight problems
    • Unfocused thinking
    • Memory issues
    • Anxiety
    • Mood swings
    • Sadness
    • Sleep problems

    If you notice these feelings after an accident in Ohio, seek medical attention right away.

    Then talk to an Ohio personal injury lawyer—because your injury could be more disruptive and costly than you first knew.

    An experienced traumatic brain injury lawyer fights for your rights to get your medical treatment paid for, your financial losses compensated, your future protected—and your life back to normal.

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