Have you suffered a concussion as a result of an auto accident, slip and fall accident, animal attack or workplace accident in South Carolina? Are you suffering physically due to pain caused by the concussion? Are you suffering financially as you are unable to work due to the concussion? Is emotional suffering a result of your injury? It is important to know that you have rights and you may be entitled to benefits and financial compensation under South Carolina personal injury law if your injuries were caused by the negligence of another party or parties. Consulting with a Greenville concussion injury lawyer is a wise move.
Please contact Spartanburg Concussion Injury Lawyer Ryan Montgomery today to discuss your claim. A concussion is by no means a minor injury and should not be treated as such. Let Mr. Montgomery put his many years experience to work for you and get you the benefits and financial compensation you deserve for your medical bills, lost wages, physical pain and, if applicable, emotional suffering.
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is generally caused by a sudden blow to the head or a jolt to the body. This can be caused by a wide range of events. In a car accident, an individual can suffer a concussion or TBI when his or her head strikes the steering wheel or dashboard. When playing football or other sports, TBI can occur when a player is struck by the ball, hit by another player or hits the ground with force.Without external evidence of bleeding, bruising or other damage to the head, it can be difficult for a medical professional to diagnose TBI. Some symptoms of a brain injury that you can watch out for include:
- Slurred speech
- Memory loss
- Difficulty performing motor tasks
- Confusion and disorientation
- Sudden changes in mood and personality
- Issues with sleeping too much or too little
If you suspect that you have suffered a brain injury or that your loved one has a brain injury, it is vital that you seek medical attention right away. The sooner you can detect a problem, the more options may be available for treatment of the injury.