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Traumatic Brain Injury

  How do I know if I have sustained a brain injury?

  Ruth Moen talks with client Arlyn Dodson

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) occurs when a sudden trauma causes damage to the brain, usually as a result of a motor vehicle collision, sports accident, blunt force trauma or serious fall. The damage can be confined to one area of the brain, or involve several areas.

The symptoms of TBI can include, but are not limited to the following physical, cognitive and emotional consequences:

  • Behavior and personality changes | such as impulsive behavior, increased agitation and reduced anger thresholds
  • Coma
  • Concentration problems and problems completing tasks
  • Concussion
  • Depression and anxiety | Severe mood swings
  • Difficulty multi-tasking | Inability to perform career related tasks
  • Equilibrium and balance problems | Spatial disorientation
  • Headaches, vomiting and nausea
  • Impaired reasoning skills | Inability to plan or solve problems
  • Impaired speech and difficulty communicating | Inability to find words or carry on a conversation
  • Loss of sensory awareness, such as touch, taste or smell
  • Paralysis | Partial or total
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Seizure and spasms
  • Short-term or long-term loss of memory
  • Vision impairment | Double vision, blurred vision or total blindness

The attorneys at Leonard Moen & Associates, with over 60 years of combined experience, can deal knowledgeably and sensitively with a person who has Traumatic Brain Injury or other serious head injuries. We have resources to assist you and your loved ones with the devastation and loss associated with Traumatic Brian Injury. Your legal case and your emotional trauma are something we understand and can help you deal with.

For a no-fee consultation on your claim,
call our office to schedule an appointment today: 425-227-4260