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Addressing a brain injury after a pedestrian accident

On Behalf of | May 12, 2020 | Personal Injury |

Pedestrians sustain various injuries when they are involved in traffic accidents, such as broken bones and lacerations. Other hardships are also common, such as emotional trauma and financial problems. However, brain injuries are especially concerning and create a variety of problems. 

If a reckless driver struck you while you were walking, it is important to focus on all facets of the recovery process. If you hit your head, look for symptoms of brain damage and do everything you can to move forward. 

Hidden brain injuries 

Sometimes, brain injuries are not always evident right away. For example, pedestrians who hit their head sometimes feel normal following the accident and do not think that they sustained any brain damage. Unfortunately, this is not always the case and symptoms show up days, weeks or even months later. Any time that someone hits their head in a traffic accident, it is imperative to determine whether their brain sustained any trauma. 

Concussions and long-term hardships 

In some accidents, victims lose consciousness or sustain a concussion. Traumatic brain injuries, memory loss, personality changes and persistent headaches are some of the hardships that many of these victims have to work through. Our law firm realizes that brain injuries disrupt many aspects of a pedestrian accident victim’s life, often leading to problems in personal relationships as well as the workplace. 

If you are facing any of these hurdles, make sure you explore your legal options. Some victims are able to file a lawsuit to hold a reckless driver accountable and gain access to the critical resources that they need during their recovery. Browse through our accident section to read more.