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Serious car accidents can lead to traumatic brain injury.
| June 28, 2013

Serious car accidents can lead to traumatic brain injury.

In this case a young woman suffered not only a a broken skull but the right portion of her brain was completely exposed leaving her with severe brain trauma. After suffering tramatic brain injury (TBI) she also lost the use of the left side of her body. What’s interesting in this case is that she recovered much faster than doctors taking care of her believed possible.

Doctors gave up hope concluding she was brain dead.

Brain Injury

Even after 2 surgeries and intensive physical therapy doctors still believed there was little chance for her to live a normal life. Fortunately, despite severe trauma, she never went into a coma or lose any memory which is almost unheard of with a severe brain injury.

Not only did this young woman recover, she went onto college and graduated. According to the young woman, “God truly is awesome.”

Unfortunately car accidents involving brain injury occur quite frequently. That in and of itself represents a major issue for car drivers today, but that’s not where the problem ends. Adding to the worries, many insurance companies love collecting premiums but don’t like paying out benefits. If you or a family member suffer some sort of head injury the last thing you need to worry about, on top of all your medical injuries and your recovery, is whether or not your insurance company or the insurance company of the person who injured you is going to step up to the plate and admit fault, and pay for your injuries and care. Victims in Texas can contact a Dallas Brain Injury Attorney with 30 years of taking insurance companies to court and winning

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