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A serious brain injury could result from a blow to the head, damage to the skull, or from the brain jolting inside the skull. Depending on whether the injury was mild, moderate, or severe, victims can be left with various different cognitive or physical difficulties. Victims should always seek medical attention when there is the possibility of a brain injury, even if they have not noticed any symptoms. The reason for this is that sometimes the effects of the brain injury do not become noticeable for days or even weeks after the initial accident.
If you suspect that you or a loved one may have sustained brain damage, there are some possible symptoms to be on the lookout for. In cases where the brain injury was not too serious, the victim could suffer from headaches, dizziness, and nausea.  More serious cases of brain injuries include: s eizures, c onvulsions, c onfusion, n umbness and weakness, and more.  All brain injuries need immediate medical attention.
The medical treatment required for dealing with brain injuries could prove to be extremely costly. If the victim is left with permanent disabilities, they could need life-long care and therapy. David McQuade Leibowitz is experienced in handling cases involving these types of serious injury cases and will do everything in his power to protect your best interests now and in the future.
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