Concussion Injury & Lawsuit Loans
Concussions are fairly common results of accidents. People oftentimes get concussions from car accidents, assault & batteries, motor vehicle accidents, bike & motor vehicle accidents, amusement park accidents and slip and falls. When a person bangs their head the brain can move around the skull and it can lead to bruising, tears and injury to nerves inside the brain. As a result concussions happen. While most people are able to recover from a concussion, if severe it can result to brain damage and long-term health problems to the victim. When a person is involved in an accident resulting in a concussion they should seek immediate medical attention. It is important to identify the severity of the concussion because sometimes these types of injuries will result in disability or even death.
If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident which resulted in a concussion you should considering hiring a personal injury attorney. If you are currently in the legal processes of obtaining a financial recovery and interested in securing lawsuit funding, LawLeaf can help. LawLeaf is a leading settlement loan company providing legal financing against pending or settled cases. This means we can provide litigation financing or post settlement funding to clients with concussion injuries.
While most people believe a person that gets a concussion will be knocked out this isn’t always the case. A person can get a concussion and never lose awareness of where they are and what they’re doing. In fact some people may not have symptoms until hours or even days after an accident occurs.
Below is a list of the different symptoms of concussions. If you have any of these symptoms seek immediate medical attention:
- Blurred vision
- Feeling dizzy or lightheaded
- Nausea or vomiting
- Difficulty concentrating
- Slurred speech
- Loss of balance
Concussions fall into two different categories. A person that has a simple concussion typically never loses consciousness and will get better in less than 10 days of the accident. A person that has a complex concussion typically loses consciousness and symptoms last more than 10 days. A person that gets a complex concussion usually has more than one symptom.
If you have been involved in an accident which resulted in a concussion injury you have the right to seek fair compensation for injuries. If you are considering a lawsuit loan against a pending or settled claim, LawLeaf can help. LawLeaf provides legal funding for soft tissue and catastrophic injuries. If you have the representation of an attorney and searching for a non recourse settlement funding, contact LawLeaf today.
Related concussion terms:
- Diffuse axonal injury
- Post concussive syndrome
- Mild concussion
- Post concussion syndrome
- Concussion damage
- Concussion cause
- Head concussion symptoms
- Second impact syndrome
- Concussion trauma
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