Over the years, we’ve been fortunate to help a number of clients who have suffered brain injuries in various types of accidents. After speaking to some recent clients, one of their biggest frustrations is that it’s difficult to find easy to understand information about brain injuries, brain injury treatment, and brain injury prognosis. As a result, we’ve spent a good amount of time trying to help them find accurate, easy-to-understand information.
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be writing a series of blog posts that try to give some basic information.
Keep in mind, this isn’t medical advice, and patients with brain injuries, more than anyone else, should get the help they need as quick as they can. But I maintain that people who know more about their condition and their case, make better decisions and get better results.
I also think the information is particularly important in head injury cases. Sometimes doctors are slow to diagnose head injuries because the doctors don’t know you well enough to compare your condition after the wreck to your condition before the wreck. Therefore, it’s important for you, your friends and family members to know the symptoms of head injuries and potential causes of head injuries to help with the diagnosis process.