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Brain injuries are destructive and change the life of both the victim and his family members. The traumatic brain injuries are also known as silent epidemic or can be said as invisible injuries as sometimes victims are sometimes aren’t even aware of the result. It is the result of unbearable external force faced by the brain resulting in traumatically injures. It is also known as the head injury and cannot be seen sometimes but incurs its effect with abnormal behaviors. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is also called intracranial injury, damaging the brain cells because of sudden trauma. 

Injury to the brain can cause serious results.  These include death, coma, permanent vegetative state, dementia, communication and motor skills, seizures, muscle paralysis, muscle spasms, abnormal bone growth, criminal violence or thoughts of suicide.  TBI can result from a closed head injury or a penetrating head injury and is one of two subsets of acquired brain injury (ABI). The other subset is non-traumatic brain injury. Parts of the brain that can be damaged include the cerebral hemispheres, cerebellum, and brain stem. TBI can cause a host of physical, cognitive, emotional, and social effects. For Expert consultation on Brain Injury Law you can, take advice from Brain Injury Lawyer or Brain Injury Attorney in your area.

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