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People can recover from traumatic brain injury over the long term, right?

Yes, some people may recover from a traumatic brain injury (TBI). However, some individuals never recover and may require lifelong medical care. If their particular type of brain injury affects the ability to breathe or swallow, they may need medical equipment. Some may not be able to live at home and need to be placed in a long-term care facility. Others may be dealing with long-term depression and chronic pain.

Additionally, a TBI survivor may also end up dealing with digestive issues, blood clots, joint immobility, difficulty breathing and infections. Many also find themselves making frequent trips to hospitals as a result of their initial injury.

If you or a loved one is dealing with the aftermath of a TBI, speak to a personal injury attorney about your legal rights and find out how those responsible for the injury can be held responsible for compensation for your injuries and emotional suffering.

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