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Is a TBI Permanent?

Wagner Reese

a worried woman laying in a hospital bedTraumatic brain injuries (TBIs) involve the most complex system in the human body. As such, it can prove difficult to recover from them entirely.

It is not, however, impossible to make significant strides in your recovery with early detection of the injury and proper treatment.

Below, we discuss what the recovery prognosis for a TBI victim may look like.

Will a TBI Ever Completely Heal?

TBIs fall into three major categories: mild, moderate, and severe. Generally speaking, the more severe the injury, the longer your recovery time will be.

This is not, however, a fool-proof prediction.

For instance, many severe TBI victims make significant strides in their health and recovery, while some mild TBI victims experience debilitating symptoms for the remainder of their lives. These symptoms may include:

  • Headaches

  • Nausea

  • Vomiting

  • Blurred vision

  • Personality changes

The earlier a TBI victim gets medical attention and a proper diagnosis, the better their chances of having a positive prognosis. The issue with this, however, is that many symptoms of TBIs are subtle or difficult to detect on modern imaging equipment, which means that many victims receive delayed diagnoses.

This is why it’s vital for you to seek medical attention as soon as possible after a head injury.

Received a TBI in an Accident? Contact Us Today

If you or someone you love received a TBI in an accident caused by another’s negligence, our Indianapolis attorneys are here to help.

We’re well-versed in this area of law, and we’re backed by decades of combined experience ready to work for you.

Contact Wagner Reese today at (888) 204-8440 to schedule a free consultation.

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