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The Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) May Take Awhile to Develop

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Dan Brendtro
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Car accidents can easily lead to broken bones, sprains or dislocations, back or neck injuries, and deadly head or brain injuries.

While sustaining any kind of injury is difficult, a traumatic brain injury (TBI) that results from a wreck can be particularly devastating. The effects of this injury are uniquely damaging. They include:

  • Physical disability
  • Loss of memory
  • Loss of speech or language skills
  • Loss of learning capabilities
  • Loss of emotional capabilities

The life of someone who has suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in a South Dakota car accident will be forever changed. The effects of a TBI are irreversible, continually affecting the injured party's ability to relate to people and the world in general.

The important thing to remember about traumatic brain injuries is that the symptoms and effects may not show up immediately. The trauma in a South Dakota car crash may cause an injury that you do not even notice until days or months later.

Therefore, you need to seek immediate medical attention after a serious South Dakota car wreck. If you find that you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury, such as a TBI, then it is crucial to learn more and contact an attorney to see if you are eligible to recover damages.

To learn more about your legal rights, call the South Dakota car accident lawyers of Zimmer, Duncan & Cole today at (877) 789-5238. You can schedule a free consultation at one of our Sioux Falls or Parker offices, or we can come to see you if you are unable to travel.

The car accident attorneys of Zimmer, Duncan & Cole represent victims of serious car wrecks in South Dakota. We have years of experience fighting the insurance companies to earn our clients the compensation they truly deserve.



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