How do people with brain trauma recover?

Typically, an accident victim who has sustained traumatic brain injury (TBI) is quickly stabilized and monitored on arrival at the hospital. Many victims need immediate brain surgery to control brain bleeding, reduce intercranial fluid pressure and repair damaged tissue where possible. Quick medical intervention may help a person increase the chances of a full recovery. 

To maintain a functional lifestyle after discharge and for the future, a victim may need to discuss seeking compensation for medical expenses (such as speech therapy, cognitive therapy, occupational therapy and physiotherapy) with a personal injury attorney familiar with TBI.

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