Traumatic Brain Injury

What are the Leading Causes of Traumatic Brain Injury?

Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can profoundly impact every aspect of a victim’s life. Long-term consequences of TBI include mood swings, memory and concentration problems, depression and anxiety, sensitivity to light and sound, chronic headaches, and visual problems. Balancing difficulties, reduced language skills, seizures, and paralysis may also accompany TBI. So too might uncontrollable urges, including …

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What Counts as a Catastrophic Injury?

A catastrophic injury is any harm that is so severe that it causes a permanent change to the victim’s day-to-day routine. In addition, the consequences of the injury also affect the victim’s family, often requiring long-term care. Here are some of the most common catastrophic injuries that a victim may suffer in an accident. Traumatic …

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Common Brain Injury Symptoms

For Brain Injury Awareness Month, we are taking a look at the common causes for traumatic brain injuries in personal injury cases. If you have sustained a serious brain injury due to the negligence of another, the attorneys of Shaw Cowart LLP can help fight for the compensation you deserve. To setup a complimentary consultation …

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TBI: How it Happens, and the Signs

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Undiagnosed traumatic brain injury (TBI) can change and endanger your life in unpredictable ways. It happens much more often than you might imagine. Undiagnosed TBI can be the underlying cause of mental health issues that upend your life, and for which you never get proper treatment. Seizure disorders are a common result of TBI, and …

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Traumatic Brain Injury Claims

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Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is often referred to as an invisible disability, because for many victims there are no obvious outward signs of the effects that they are suffering. Of course, TBI can be a catastrophic injury requiring 24-hour care. But for those who do not suffer physical impairments it can still mean never being …

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