Head Injury Attorney in San Gabriel Valley

Those suffering from spinal cord injuries or brain injuries often suffer significant physical damage, including concussions, dizziness, loss of balance, difficulty concentrating, fatigue, seizures, chronic pain, chronic headaches that include migraines and even brain damage. Permanent damage may include loss of memory, loss of bodily functions, loss of verbal functions, and even paralysis.

Brain Injury Attorney in San Gabriel Valley

The necessary treatment for back, neck, head and spinal cord injuries often lasts very long, for months or even years. People affected by such injuries often require extensive physical therapy, occupational therapy or other rehabilitation treatments to regain their normal functions and re-learn even the most basic activities performed on daily basis.

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Who can file a head/brain injury claim in San Gabriel Valley?​

The San Gabriel Valley Workers’ Compensation & Personal Injury System provides benefits if you are injured at work. If you get hurt on the job, you’re protected by law. The right to Workers’ Compensation & Personal Injury benefits is in the San Gabriel Valley Constitution. The head and brain injury attorneys at Workers’ Compensation & Personal Injury San Gabriel Valley are here to remind you that you have rights underneath the San Gabriel Valley Workers’ Compensation & Personal Injury System.

Frequently Asked Questions

One can prove brain injury using imaging tests :-

  • Computerized tomography (CT) scan. This test is usually the first performed in an emergency room for a suspected traumatic brain injury.
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). An MRI uses powerful radio waves and magnets to create a detailed view of the brain.

Traumatic brain injury is usually caused by a blow or other traumatic injury to the head or body. The degree of damage can depend on several factors, including the nature of the injury and the force of impact.

“Repetitive head injuries can be the result of physical abuse, car accidents, multiple falls. You may be at risk for CTE [chronic traumatic encephalopathy] later in life.” CTE and related head injuries can lead to short-term memory problems and difficulty in making reasoned judgments and decisions.

Even after a minor head injury, brain function can be temporarily impaired and this is sometimes referred to as concussion. This can lead to difficulties such as headaches, dizziness, fatigue, depression, irritability and memory problems.

Head injury and traumatic brain injury are both terms that signify particularly serious problems with a patient’s brain and his or her ability to recover and lead a normal life over the long term.

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