Catastrophic injuries can have long-lasting effects

On Behalf of | Oct 29, 2019 | Catastrophic Injuries

Any type of serious accident can have life-changing outcomes. For some people, catastrophic injuries, like traumatic brain injuries, could result from various incidents, from falls to car accidents. Unfortunately, these incidents could occur due to the recklessness or negligence of another person while the victim ends up suffering.

If Louisiana residents suffer from a TBI, it is likely that they will face a number of difficulties. Some serious effects that could present themselves immediately after suffering such an injury include nausea, sleepiness, loss of consciousness, vomiting, convulsions, headache and others. In some cases, these effects may not seem serious, but they could point to a serious injury that can have lasting impacts on a person’s life. If a head injury causes any of these outcomes, seeking medical attention immediately is necessary.

Unfortunately, a TBI can also have long-term effects that a person may have to cope with for the rest of his or her life, depending on the severity of the injury. For instance, the injured person may have trouble with mood regulation, cognitive function, coordination, sensory and motor functions, energy, and alertness. In some cases, these effects may show up later in life.

If Louisiana residents do suffer TBIs or other catastrophic injuries, they may not know how they will lead the rest of their lives. Though humans are highly adaptable, it can be immensely difficult to cope with the many life changes that a serious accident and resulting injuries can cause. If an accident caused by another person led to such injuries, negatively affected parties may have reason to file personal injury claims against the person considered at fault in efforts to seek compensation for damages.

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