Physical Symptoms Of Brain Injury

Last updated on December 16, 2020

A brain injury needs to be identified so the injured person can get the help they need, but it can be easier said than done to arrive at a proper diagnosis. One of the biggest problems with so-called closed head injuries is that you can’t detect the injury without certain kinds of tests.

When there is an absence of a bloody wound or another obvious sign of possible damage to a person’s brain, some of the other physical symptoms of a brain injury can elude the injured person’s family members and even their doctors. Some of these symptoms can seem insignificant or unrelated to head trauma the victim has experienced:

  • Headache
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Problems with balance
  • Dizziness and double vision
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Sensitivity to noise

Look For The Symptoms — And Talk To Someone Who Can Help

If you or a loved one is experiencing one or more of these symptoms in conjunction with an accident, whether it was yesterday or months ago, talk to an attorney who can help you.

At the New York City firm of Ronald W. Ramirez, Attorney at Law, we devote the majority of our practice to litigating brain injury cases. And a big part of our success in many cases is our ability to connect our clients with the right medical experts — doctors who understand and treat brain injury.

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If you have questions about cognitive or physical symptoms of brain injuries, we can answer them. Contact us at 917-300-0778 to speak to a lawyer about your case. Our offices are in Manhattan and Forest Hills, Queens.