If you may have suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI), you should visit your local emergency room or urgent care center immediately to receive a diagnosis and subsequent treatment. If a medical professional determines that you have suffered a TBI as a result of another party’s negligence and your health has been (or will continue to be) affected, you may also need the assistance of a compassionate and experienced attorney with a documented history advocating for victims of TBI.
Although more and more individuals are becoming educated and aware of the dangers of traumatic brain injuries, many victims of this potentially lethal injury are unaware that they have even sustained one.
Here are some chilling statistics about TBIs in the United States:
Additionally, TBIs account for about 1.4 million emergency room visits each year, yet it’s estimated that there are 1.7 million occurrences of this injury annually. That disparity is alarming and is likely due to people not fully understanding the signs and symptoms of traumatic brain injuries.
It’s unfortunate that so many people suffer a TBI but fail to receive a diagnosis and treatment. These injuries could have lifelong impacts and can result in death if not treated properly. However, if you and your family are aware of the signs and symptoms of TBI, you will be more likely to recognize these injuries in the event that they occur (or have already occurred).
Since early detection of TBIs saves lives, we wrote this ebook and are providing it to you and your family free of charge. Here are a just a few of the useful things you can expect from this free ebook:
These could be very serious symptoms of a traumatic brain injury, and you should visit a physician as soon as possible to obtain a diagnosis and to receive essential, potentially life-saving care.
Please contact Crosley Law Firm right away for a free, in-depth case review and consultation by calling 210-LAW-3000. Or you can provide your email address in the space above to receive our free ebook, “Four Signs You May Have an Undiagnosed Traumatic Brain Injury” to learn more about traumatic brain injury; risk factors, warning signs, and side effects of the condition; and your legal recourse if you or a loved one has suffered a TBI.