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Helping Injury Victims Suffering from Minor Head Trauma

Oftentimes when a person suffers a knock or blows to the head, they think they are fine and don’t seek out any medical treatment.  While minor head trauma is common and rarely result in any serious damage to the brain, there are times when even a mild injury can cause long-term or permanent brain damage.    

If you or someone you love is struggling with the after-effects of a head injury suffered in an accident or other incidents, you should speak with a Florida head injury lawyer as soon as possible.  Far too often, these injuries to the head and brain are caused by reckless and careless actions.  When you are harmed by the negligence of another, the law allows you to seek compensation for your injuries and damages.  At The Florida Law Group, our attorneys are experienced personal injury lawyers who know how to help victims recover fair compensation in head injury cases.  When you meet with our team, we will answer your question and carefully review your case to see what options make the best sense for you and your family. 

Symptoms to Look Out for If You Experience a Minor Blow to the Head

While the risk of developing complications after a mild injury to the head may be small, you should be on the lookout for signs of a more serious problem.  If you experience any of the symptoms below or other medical problems, you should be seen by a health care professional as soon as possible:

  • Speech problems or difficulty understanding others
  • Loss of balance or difficulty walking
  • Disorientation or memory loss
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Vision problems, including blurry or double vision
  • Extreme drowsiness or inability to be awakened
  • Insomnia
  • Clear fluid or blood coming out of your ears or nose
  • Vomiting
  • Severe headaches

It is important to recognize that indicators of a more serious problem do not always appear immediately after a bump or blow to the head.  In some cases, symptoms may not surface for several hours or even days after the injury has occurred.  This is why it is so critical not to be left alone for the first 48 hours after a head injury occurs.

If You are Suffering from Complications, a Florida Head Injury Lawyer Experienced in Handling Head Trauma Cases Can Help

Even though most minor head injuries do not result in any permanent damage to the brain, anyone who has suffered a concussion or other minor head trauma is at risk for possible complications.   If you or a family member has sustained trauma or damage to the brain in a car accident, fall or when an object struck your head, you may be entitled to collect compensation for your injuries. The Florida Law Group has extensive experience helping people who have suffered head injuries in all types of personal injury and accident cases.  Call us today to schedule a free case evaluation with a skilled Florida head injury lawyer: 833-352-5297.