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Symptoms of Brain Injury

By April 21, 2014February 9th, 2017Brain Injury, Uncategorized

Brain injury is commonly diagnosed on the scene of an accident. Initial symptoms such as a loss of consciousness, clear fluids draining from the ears or nose, uneven pupil dilation, and severe confusion are clear indications of brain injury, typically prompting immediate medical intervention. But not all brain injury symptoms are immediately apparent and, when not diagnosed and treated promptly, these symptoms can have a profound impact on every aspect of a victim’s life.
Delayed Symptoms of Brain Injury

Delayed symptoms of brain injury may include:

  • Chronic headaches
  • Seizures
  • Memory and concentration problems
  • Cognitive disruptions
  • Mood swings
  • Depression or anxiety
  • Excessive anger or aggression
  • Inappropriate emotional responses

These symptoms may take months or even years to manifest, making it important to seek medical assistance after any accident in which head trauma occurs. Prompt detection allows for swift treatment, which can often help prevent serious and irreversible damage from occurring.

If you are diagnosed with brain injury following an accident caused by someone else, the Seattle personal injury attorneys at the Hornbuckle Firm can take your case and fight for your rights, helping you get the total compensation you are due.

If you live in or around Seattle, Washington and have been diagnosed with brain injury, please contact the Hornbuckle Firm to schedule a free case evaluation with one of our experienced personal injury attorneys today.

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