Updated September 5, 2020 | Brain Injuries

How Do You Recognize a Mild to Moderate Brain Injury?

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Dealing with a client who has suffered from a mild to moderate traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be challenging and can really be benefited by experience.

Often, the medical care in an emergency room can be somewhat dismissive, even if a person exhibits some of the typical signs of dizziness, vertigo, nausea, vomiting, headache, with or without being preceded by loss of consciousness. Emergency room treatment can sometimes be lacking.

The next response may fall on the shoulders of family members who may make observations: “Gee, you know, my husband, my wife, my child isn’t quite right, isn’t quite the same. Their concentration is bad. They have headaches.” We hear clients tell anecdotes of “Gee, I can’t find my keys,” or it ends up that the keys are in refrigerator. It’s many times those kinds of complaints which bring a mild or moderate TBI client to a lawyer’s office.


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