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How can car accidents cause traumatic brain injuries?

The human brain is effectively the control system of a person's body. It sends signals to different parts of a person's body to stimulate movement and other necessary functions. When it is injured it can greatly affect many of the processes that Ohio residents count on to keep them alive and healthy.

When a person is involved in a vehicle accident there are a number of different injuries that they may sustain. A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a possible injury that they may suffer if their head hits a hard internal part of their vehicle or if they are thrown from their vehicle and suffer a head injury as a result.

A TBI may result from an impact injury as just described or a penetration injury, such as when an object breaks through the skull and damages the brain when it pierces its tissue. It is important for readers to remember that car accidents are violent events and that the potential for serious and life-threatening injuries like TBI are always possible outcomes.

While some TBI are recoverable, others may leave victims with long-term medical issues and pain. A brain injury can require a victim to seek help with everyday tasks for the rest of their life or it may require them to receive ongoing medical support simply to stay alive.

Though some people walk away from car accidents without any injuries, others suffer significant harm when TBI is involved. It is important for individuals who suffer these serious injuries to speak with legal representatives about their possible claims. Personal injury lawsuits based on car accident-related TBI may provide victims with the financial support they need to continue to live.

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