A brain injury can lead to serious health complications, including permanent physical and mental disabilities. If you or a loved one has suffered from a brain injury due to someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing, Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy can help you get the compensation you deserve.

Brain Injury Symptoms

Not all brain injuries are obvious after an accident. If you suspect a brain injury, look for the following symptoms:

  • poor memory and difficulty concentrating,
  • strange sensations, including tastes and smells,
  • difficulty speaking or understanding others,
  • or changes in behavior or personality.

If one or more of these symptoms are present, you may have suffered a brain injury. An Ohio brain injury lawyer at Nurenberg Paris is familiar with the effects of brain injuries, and we have built the resources to help our clients achieve the best result possible.

Types of Brain Damage

There are two types of brain damage:

  1. Primary brain damage
    This damage occurs at the time of impact and includes skull fractures, bruising, blood clots, lacerations, and nerve damage.
  2. Secondary brain damage
    This damage develops after the impact and causes brain swelling, epilepsy, infection, fever, and abnormal blood pressure.

Some brain injuries can result in serious physical disabilities like quadriplegia and paraplegia. These conditions are characterized by complete or partial loss of sensation and control of the limbs. Treating these conditions can be lifelong and expensive.

Common Causes of Brain Injuries

Any impact to the head can cause a brain injury, but some of the most common causes of traumatic brain injuries include:

Our legal team has experience handling brain injury claims related to a variety of accidents and injuries, and we’re ready to protect your rights today.

Get Help Now

Dealing with a brain injury and loss of function in the limbs can be frightening and financially devastating. If you or someone you love has suffered from a brain injury and needs compensation, contact an Ohio brain injury lawyer at Nurenberg Paris by calling (888) 900-6075 or filling out a free initial consultation form today.