Other than emotional and mental changes in my behavior, are there physical changes as well?

In many traumatic brain injury accidents, yes, there are physical changes to the brain. Changes that you and your family may observe include:

  • not being able to smell/taste things as before the accident
  • speaking has become more difficult
  • frequent headaches
  • difficulty balancing
  • blurred/double vision
  • seizures
  • noises are more upsetting than before your accident

If you are experiencing the symptoms above, it is best to reach out to a doctor to have the seriousness of your traumatic brain injury graded. Knowing the grade assists your attorney is determining a reasonable amount of compensation for your accident based on what you need to recover as best as can be expected.

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