Brain Injury Symptoms

No two brain injuries are the same. Symptoms can lesson or worsen over time; certain traumatic brain injury (TBI) characteristic symptoms may take time to fully develop after an accident, making diagnosis difficult. But detecting symptoms sooner than later is crucial for recovery.

The Killino Firm can help you recover compensation to cover the medical and treatment costs of your injuries. We are committed to fighting aggressively on behalf of injured victims and families, and strive to make sure our clients recover enough compensation to pay for the highest-quality brain injury treatments possible.

Common Brain Injury Signs and Symptoms

Keep a close watch for these signs of a TBI after an accident.

  • Persistent headache
  • Coordination problems
  • Memory loss
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Light sensitivity
  • Seizures
  • Vision problems
  • Depression
  • Change in temperament or personality

Long-Term Brain Injury Symptoms and Effects

When long-term disabilities are involved, TBI medical expenses can be astronomical. The following physical and mental disabilities are not uncommon, and can ruin the finances of families if compensation or disability benefits are not forthcoming.

  • Behavioral/Psychological: Mood swings, agitation, anxiety, depression
  • Cognitive Defects: Coma, short- or long-term memory loss, shortened attention span, problem solving and judgment deficits, loss of space and time perception
  • Motor Sensory Complications: Weakness, full or partial paralysis, poor balance and coordination, reduced endurance, tremors, problems swallowing, seizures
  • Perceptual and Sensory Defects: Loss or change in sensations and vision problems
  • Language and Communication Problems: Difficulty reading, writing, speaking, planning or identifying objects
  • Functional Complications: Difficulty with daily activities such as bathing and dressing, organizational problems
  • Social and Psychiatric Changes: Problems understanding or interacting in social situations, irritability, decreased motivation, anxiety, depression
  • Traumatic Epilepsy – Two to five percent of TBI victims experience seizures
  • Loss of life

Our experienced brain injury attorneys should be contacted right after a brain injury occurs to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.  The Killino Firm takes your medical treatment seriously and we will fight for the treatment you need for a full recovery from your injuries.

If you, a family member or someone you know has suffered a brain injury caused by negligence or a defective product, call us today at 1-877-875-2927.