⦿ Changes in appetite, either greater or lesser, can indicate a concussion
⦿ Light sensitivity can also indicate a concussion or other brain injury
⦿ Sudden, unexplained mood swings can indicate a brain injury
⦿ Changes in body temperature, vision, or hearing, can all potentially suggest brain injury
⦿ The sudden onset of forgetfulness or confusion is often suggestive of a brain injury
It’s critical if you or a loved one has had a head injury to be on the lookout for these or other physical or behavioral changes, which can suggest a brain injury. Remember: a concussion is a type of brain injury. While there is no need for panic, even minor brain injuries should be taken seriously and appropriately treated with the advice of a physician. Likewise, brain injury claims can be quite complicated, and you need a lawyer with experience in handling them.
The personal injury lawyers of the Miller Law Group have recovered millions of dollars for clients with brain injuries. Click here to contact us today or call 919-348-4361 for a free consultation. Put over 50 years of combined experience to work for you.