Michigan Brain Injury Attorney
Traumatic Brain Injury is an acquired brain injury that occurs when the head is struck by an object or jolted in such a manner resulting in traumatic damages to the brain. The United States Center for Disease Control approximates that nearly 1.4 Americans receive traumatic brain injuries every year. 50,000 people die every year from this type of injury from the more than 200,000 people who are hospitalized. This kind of injury is one of the most serious types of personal injury anyone can receive.
Brain injuries run the gamut from mild to severe. Mild brain injuries may not be serious and someone who suffered a mild brain injury can expect to make a full recovery. Severe brain injuries are different and people who suffer from this type of injury may not fully recover cognitive function.
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The four most common types of accidents resulting in brain injuries are:
There are many causes of brain injury in addition to the ones mentioned above. Brain injuries can result from many types of accidents and erratic behavior. The other most common reasons being open head injuries and closed head injuries resulting from external trauma. Open head injuries also occur from bullet wounds, penetrating objects, etc.