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Types of brain injuries vary greatly

There are several different types of brain injuries that can occur when a person is involved in an accident. While each of these injuries has differences from the others, they can all have effects that last a long time. The victims of these types of injuries might choose to seek compensation for the injury if the accident was caused by recklessness or negligence by another person.

A traumatic brain injury is a serious type of injury. This is caused by an external force, such as the force of the head hitting a window or dashboard in a car accident. These injuries can affect the skull and brain. They can be open, which means the skull is fractured. They can also be closed, which means the skull isn't fractured. These injuries can all be very serious, depending on how much damage there is to the brain.

There are different types of traumatic brain injuries. Concussions are the most common type of traumatic brain injury that can occur. This type of injury is commonly associated with car accidents, falls and other similar accidents. A concussion can lead to permanent damages, especially when it is severe or if a person suffers more than one concussion. Contusions and penetrating injuries are two other types of TBIs that can occur.

Brain injuries usually require considerable medical care. This care is often intensive and expensive. These patients who are actually victims shouldn't have to worry about how they are going to pay for their care and other expenses. Instead, they might opt to seek compensation to try to reduce the financial distress that the accident caused.

Source: FindLaw, "Types of Brain Injury," accessed Nov. 17, 2016

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