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Traumatic Brain Injury Basics: What Car Accident Victims Must Know

The shocking death of Natasha Richardson has certainly struck a chord with the TBI lawyers of Michigan Auto Law, our clients and friends. Yesterday I posted a blog about the reality of “Talk and Die Syndrome.” For further information, check out this story from ABC News. It includes some great basic questions and answers for people who are concerned and confused about traumatic brain injury, such as: How soon after a head injury can you tell whether you’re looking at a mild concussion or something life-threatening?

Michigan TBI Lawyers

If you or someone you know has suffered traumatic brain injury as a result of a car accident in Michigan, we can guide you through the complicated legal process and help obtain the benefits and compensation you need. Because our lawyers have been handling brain injury cases for more than 50 years, we understand the physical, emotional and psychological hardships that TBI victims experience. Please call Michigan Auto Law at (800) 777-0028 for a case evaluation with no fee or obligation, or fill out our free consultation form.

Steve Gursten is a member of the American Association for Justice Traumatic Brian Injury Group and lectures on TBI throughout the country. In 2008, he received a trial verdict of $5.65 million for a TBI victim; the largest reported personal injury verdict in Michigan for the year.

Related information:

Closed-Head Injuries from Car Accidents

Headaches from Auto Accidents

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