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Traumatic Brain Injury Infographic

Infographic – Traumatic Brain Injury

We’ve put together this helpful traumatic brain injury infographic for you. If you or anyone you know has suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI), you know how devastating this type of injury can be. Brain injuries affect many aspects of someone’s life. Those suffering from a severe brain injury may have to relearn basic functions we take for granted, such as walking or putting on clothing. Even mild traumatic brain injuries like concussions are harmful. When someone (like an athlete) suffers many concussions in their lifetime, the effects can be serious.

It’s important to take precautions to reduce your risk of a traumatic brain injury. Wearing your seatbelt in the car and wearing a helmet while riding a bike can help keep you safe. You also should know the warning signs of TBI. Being able to identify if something is wrong after a fall, car crash or sports accident can save a life.

Check out our traumatic brain injury infographic below for facts and statistics.

Traumatic Brain Injury Infographic

traumatic brain injury infographic

Brain Injury Attorneys in Pennsylvania and New Jersey

If you or a loved one suffered a traumatic brain injury in a fall, car crash, or another incident, you need an experienced lawyer on your sideA brain injury lawyer at Kane & Silverman in Philadelphia, PA and Marlton, NJ will protect your rights as you focus on healing. Our attorneys understand how life-changing a TBI can be to you and your family.

The medical and rehabilitation costs associated with caring for brain injuries are high. You shouldn’t have the financial burden of paying for the care your injury requires. Our TBI attorneys will fight to get you the highest compensation possible so you can move forward. Call or text us at 215-232-1000 or fill out our contact form online to discuss your case with a brain injury attorney, free of charge.


Source for Facts and Figures: CDC