How do you heal from a brain injury?

Ohio residents who have received a head injury could be facing weeks, months, or even years of recovery. Mezibov Butler is here to help you deal with the legal and financial aspects of your accident, helping to alleviate some of the stress you may be going through.

There are many different types of brain injury that can occur. One accident can result in multiple different types of injury. For example, if you have been involved in a car accident, you may have a traumatic brain injury (TBI). In vehicular crashes, a TBI is one of the most common possible injuries you can receive. As a result of this TBI or other wounds from the accident, you may also suffer from hypoxic or anoxic injuries to the brain. This type of damage happens when the brain doesn't get enough oxygen.

Most types of head injuries take a while to heal from, though some have a longer healing time than others. Concussions, for example, tend to take weeks or months to recover from depending on how severe it is. However, penetrative brain injuries or TBI can take an incredibly long time to recover from. They may require certain forms of therapy or even surgery depending on the severity of the damage, and where said damage is located.

No matter what has caused your traumatic head injury or what your path to healing looks like, having additional aid throughout the process will alleviate some of your stresses. If you would like to read more about liability in cases of serious injury, take a look at our web page on traumatic injuries, linked above.

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