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Brain Injuries

22nd March 2011
By Kyle Clouse in Personal Injury
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Brain injuries can occur as a result of many different kinds of accidents. It may have happened in an automobile or pedestrian accident. You may or may not have experienced a serious fall. Construction sites are often dangerous and injuries at these sites can be severe. Or your brain injury may be as simple as experiencing an excruciating headache prior to slipping into a semi conscious state. Brain injuries can also be difficult to diagnose when they are closed injuries. If the patient is unable to describe exactly what type of pain or feeling that they are experiencing, it can be extremely difficult for the emergency room physicians to diagnose you with a Brain Injury. Negligence in an emergency room and failure to properly treat such injuries can cause further damage. It is important that the appropriate tests are performed in a timely manner in an effort to diagnosis the problem. This may require an X-Ray or even a CT Scan of the Brain, to determine the exact problem. Then Dr's must quickly decide on the best course of action to take and at what point to perform surgery on the patient.

The resulting impact on our lives is the same for victims and their families when a brain injury occurs from an array of different types of accidents. For those who suffer from brain injuries, everyday activities that we often take for granted can become a very difficult. Conversationsa can all become very overwhelming tasks as well as talking, walking, eating, personal hygiene and motor skills. Recovery rehabilitation can take many months to come along for Brain Injury recipients. To regain some semblance of normality back into their lifes, our patients are transferred from the hospital to a Rehabilitation Center once their vital signs are stable enough to begin the long rocky road to physical therapy and rehabilitation that is required.

We can work to provide our clients with the necessary compensation needed to allow them as victims to receive the ongoing treatment that is necessary with such cases. Although physician cannot repair all of the damage that has been done as a result of Brian Injury,. Call The Advocates 24 hours a day if you or someone you love has sustained a brain injury. You can discuss your case with an experienced attorney 7 days a week.


Driggs, Bills, and Day are Utahs leading personal injury attorneys. For over 18 years they have been helping people who have been injured in car accidents, trip and falls, dog bites and wrongful death cases. The Utah Advocates can be found at
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