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Traumatic brain injuries can lead to other deficits

| Sep 4, 2021 | Injuries |

Suffering a traumatic brain injury can lead to a lot of changes in a person’s life. While some of these are short-term, others are long-term. Getting proper medical care as quickly as possible after an injury incident occurs can help minimize the long-term impact it may otherwise leave behind.

Even if you think that your traumatic brain injury isn’t serious, you should still seek out medical care to be sure. The severity and location of the injury can have a direct impact on the way it affects you.

Age matters when it comes to traumatic brain injuries

Some people might not realize that children often suffer from developmental issues following a brain injury. This can affect their performance in school and result in a shift in their interest in extracurricular activities. They may also have trouble with self-regulation, which can lead to them making dangerous choices.

Those who have suffered traumatic brain injuries may also find that it takes longer to process information. This can make it challenging for them to remember information, thus affecting their ability to learn new skills. Some individuals with brain injuries may benefit from receiving assistance and adaptations to succeed in work and school. 

Individuals who suffer a traumatic brain injury will likely need extensive medical care over time. This can be very costly, but filing a claim for compensation may help to cover the expenses. Your brain injury must be due to the negligence of another party to warrant you filing such a claim. There are limits to how long you have to file your claim, so be sure to get it done quickly. 


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