The primary cause of disability and death in the U.S. is traumatic brain injury (TBI) which accounted for 30% of total injury deaths in 2010. It is frequent enough to cause 138 casualties every day. Furthermore, vehicular accidents contributed to a third of TBI cases across age groups.
For TBI-related deaths, car crashes were the second top reason for the four-year period between 2006 and 2010. If you think you or loved ones suffer from TBI, learn more about its symptoms, recent court verdicts, and the need for a brain injury attorney.
The Potentially Lasting Effects of TBI
People who survive TBI may experience different effects. Some go through temporary impairments such as diminished memory, sensation, or movement as well as momentary unconsciousness. Others experience worse consequences, including being in a coma and experiencing depression, long-term memory loss, or thinking difficulties. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2mkRpKU