Our Resources On Closed Head Injuries
Advice from our Michigan brain injury lawyers on types of closed head injuries, symptoms and frequently asked questions
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We hope the resource center below will help you better understand closed head injuries and your rights:
Our Michigan brain injury attorneys share essential “closed head injury” facts that all auto accident victims need to know.
Answers to frequently asked questions about concussions — one of the most common auto accident injuries — so car accident victims can get the proper care.
A contusion, also referred to as a “bruise on the brain,” is a serious brain injury from auto accidents. We’re explaining how to best protect yourself or a family member in case of a brain contusion.
Hematomas occur when blood collects on the surface of the brain. Here are some FAQs on hematomas, to help educate accident victims.
Hemorrhages are one of the most dangerous brain injuries following a car accident. Our brain injury lawyers discuss hemorrhaging to help you understand this serious condition.
Read about the little-known but incredibly lethal “talk and die syndrome” that can prey on accident victims.
What to look for if you’ve sustained a blow to the head in a car accident, and how early detection can lead to the best treatment and recovery possible.
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