Brain Injuries Caused from Falling Objects

Man Sitting with Ice Pack on Head

Many people acknowledge the obvious causes of traumatic brain injuries, some of which include car, sports, and slip and fall accidents. However, many people fail to notice the other causes of TBIs that may occur, such as those caused by falling objects. In the worst cases, these kinds of accidents can lead to severe harm and even a fatality.

While some TBIs are undeniable due the severity of symptoms, others go unnoticed. This can cause serious harm to a person if he/she does not receive medical attention in a timely manner. Below is a list of signs to look for if you believe you or someone you know has a mild traumatic brain injury.

  • Loss of consciousness
  • Confusion
  • Disorientation
  • Headache
  • Difficulty thinking
  • Memory issues
  • Attention deficits
  • Mood swings
  • frustration

Although a TBI can be classified as “mild,” the results can be devastating if the injured person does not receive medical attention right away. In fact, some people can suffer permanent effects, such as memory loss, if they do not seek help immediately.

The Story of a Violinist Struck By a Falling Object in her Apartment

In New York, one woman suffered a traumatic brain injury when her landlord was renovating an area above her apartment at the Upper East Side apartment building. She claims that that these heavy renovations occurred as she was practicing the violin, when a painting fell from her wall and hit her on the head. The Manhattan Supreme court ruled that this accident seriously injured her brain which has left her unable to play her violin.

The woman filed a lawsuit for her injuries and other damages.

If You Suffer a Mild or Severe TBI

The San Francisco TBI lawyers at Scarlett Law Group understand the detrimental effects a brain injury can have on an entire family. That is why our team works hard to examine all the various intricacies of our clients’ cases. We do not take no for an answer.

If you or someone you love suffered a brain injury and believe another person or entity should be held responsible, contact the San Francisco TBI attorneys from Scarlett Law Group today! No matter how big or small you believe your case is, we can build you a formidable strategy to help you recover financial compensation for any medical expenses, emotional distresses, and lost wages you may acquire as a result of the accident.

Call Scarlett Law Group today and let us help you!

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