After a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Mild traumatic brain injury is also known as mild TBI or post-concussion syndrome. In reality, a brain injury is rarely mild. More often than not, the victim suffers some sort of long term, if not lifelong, problem because of the injury. When the injury is caused by an act of negligence, you have the right to seek compensation. The Law Firm of Paul A. Casi II is here to help.
Have you or someone you care about suffered a mild traumatic brain injury? This type of injury doesn’t require a skull fracture. It doesn’t require loss of consciousness. It doesn’t even require that the head actually hit anything, because the injury can result from the brain colliding with the inside of the skull. If you have reason to believe that a mild TBI has been suffered because of an act of negligence, you should contact our lawyers.
Signs of a Mild TBI
The signs of a mild traumatic brain injury can be subtle. They may not be immediately obvious, even to the injured person. CT or MRI scans may look normal. Signs may include:
- Memory loss
- Vision problems
- Changes in personality
Getting compensation for your mild traumatic brain injury is challenging. The opposition will try to limit your damages because there is no skull fracture, no loss of consciousness or no sign of injury on a CT or MRI scan. Our attorneys work closely with medical professionals to see that the proper tests are conducted to evaluate whether the brain has been harmed.
Experience in Mild TBI Cases
Paul A. Casi II has been listed in Louisville’s Top Lawyers in Louisville Magazine, in Best Lawyers in America and in Kentucky Super Lawyers. His recognition has been both local and national because of his experience in handling the most complex personal injury cases including mild TBI cases.
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