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Facilitating your recover from a head injury

If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident or have been the victim of a car accident in California, you may have suffered a head injury that has recently left you learning to cope with challenging symptoms. At E&E Law Group, we have helped many people who have endured a traumatic brain injury to work towards getting compensation for their injury.

One of the first things you may realize is that you feel different and that daily tasks that were routine in the past, have suddenly become more difficult or impossible altogether. This realization can be unnerving and discouraging, but it is critical that you allow yourself to heal and recover to give yourself the best chance at overcoming your injury and regaining full health. The severity of any head injury is usually determined by whether or not you lost consciousness, whether or not you have remained confused about your accident and if there were any abnormalities on tests you received. 

According to Michigan.gov, if you have suffered a mild TBI, your chances of outgrowing your symptoms are high, especially if you follow your doctor's recommendations in an effort to allow your body time to recover. Often, the reason you may be experiencing symptoms like forgetfulness, numbness, fatigue and memory loss are due to factors like swelling, snapped nerve fibers, bruising and broken blood vessels among other things. 

Being aware of what may be causing the symptoms related to your head injury is important so you understand which areas to focus your energy on during recovery. For more information about what to do if you have been the victim of a traumatic brain injury, visit our web page.  

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