Concussions & Contusions

How much do you know about concussions? You're no doubt familiar with the term — and probably associate it with football players bashing into each other or traumatic injuries resulting from auto accidents — but do you know what constitutes a concussion or how severely it can impact your life? 

Concussions are mild brain injuries that happen when the brain is bruised after striking the inside of the skull. They can cause loss on consciousness, headaches, memory loss, dizziness, and diminished ability to concentrate. 

That's great, but what does it have to do with you? Medical literature shows that even a simple concussion can cause lifetime consequences requiring lifetime medical care. So, if you've suffered a concussion or any other brain injury due to someone else's negligence, you may be owed compensation. 

After a concussion due to an automobile accident or other personal injury accident, seek immediate medical attention. Then, after your condition has stabilized, call us at McAleer Law to discuss your rights and the next steps for your claim. Call 404-622-5337 today.

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