What is a brain injury?
A brain injury, also referred to as head injury or traumatic
brain injury (TBI), occurs when the head is struck or hit by
some external force. A brain injury most often results when there
is a blow to the head in a car accident or fall.
After a brain injury, a variety of other damage may occur
The long term affects of Traumatic brain injury (TBI) include cognitive deficits, reduction in physical and psychological skills. The Physical deficits can include walking, balance and coordination, fine motor skills and strength. Cognitive deficits include difficulty in language and communication, information processing, memory and perceptual skills.
Psychological status is also often altered and people suffering from traumatic brain injury often exhibit changes personality and lifestyle.
If you have suffered a head or brain
injury you may need to contact a New
York Injury Lawyer