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Traffic accidents and brain injuries

| Nov 11, 2016 | Car Accidents

If you are involved in a motor vehicle accident, you may face a number of hardships, such as broken bones and financial challenges. However, recovering from the crash may be particularly challenging if you sustain a traumatic brain injury. In New London, and all over Connecticut, TBIs are a serious problem for many auto accident victims.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, traffic collisions were the third largest traumatic brain injury cause for people of all ages from 2006 until 2010. During the same period, traffic accidents were the main reason why people between 15 and 44 had to be hospitalized for sustaining a TBI. If you are trying to move forward from a head injury after a car crash, it is vital for you to take advantage of every resource that is available.

Unfortunately, spotting a traumatic brain injury can be difficult. Sometimes, the full extent of these injuries does not become clear until years after the accident. If you were involved in a collision and hit your head but are unsure if you suffered a TBI, you should immediately look for any signs and symptoms of a brain injury.

With drunk drivers, people who choose to ignore traffic laws and poor road conditions, auto accidents continue to occur for many different reasons. If a wreck has turned your life upside down and was brought on by someone’s reckless behavior, they should be held responsible. On our car accidents page, you can take a look at more information concerning car crash injuries.

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