The impacts of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can vary greatly. Some people who have a brain injury suffer from aphasia. This is a condition that impacts the way a person communicates. Aphasia is an interesting condition because of how it affects the victim.
Car crashes can have a negative impact on your life. The injuries that you suffer might not occur right away, so it is important to protect your interests from the moment the accident happens just in case you end up seeking compensation later.
Being involved in a car wreck can produce injuries that are readily apparent right away, but that isn't always the case. There are some accident injuries that might not show up until days after the accident.
In a recent blog post, we discussed how brain injuries can impact children. These injuries can take away the promise of a young child. They can take away the ability of a child to move toward becoming a fully functional adult. The impacts of these injuries don't stop there.
There are a lot of variables that can have an impact on the way that a person recovers from a traumatic brain injury (TBI). One of these is the age of the person when they suffer from the injury. Oftentimes, younger children fare better after a TBI because they are able to compensate for the impacts of the injury and move forward with new methods of doing things.