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Permanent damages caused by brain injuries in New Mexico

Many individuals have suffered a loss to quality of life as the result of a serious head injury. Brain injuries often vary in severity and can lead to permanent damages that may have a significant impact on a person's ability to perform daily tasks. Among certain age groups, falls and car accidents are some of the more common causes of similar injuries. Since symptoms can take time to appear, individuals in New Mexico who suffer a brain injury should seek immediate medical attention.

While there are many circumstances in which a head injury can occur, the result is often the same. A sudden impact or blow to the head in any way can cause a traumatic brain injury. While most are considered to be mild, more severe cases can lead to a lasting loss of consciousness and/or memory, which can be challenging to overcome.

Individuals who have suffered a traumatic brain injury may also experience difficulty in other areas, such as sleep patterns and/or behavior. Some people who have a similar condition may also have problems with concentration. These symptoms can make everyday life challenging, and reduce an individual's ability to retain employment.

A person who has suffered permanent damages due to a brain injury often faces many hardships as a result. Long-term treatment can lead to extensive medical expenses, which can place an individual under significant financial burden. If the injury occurs in an accident that is caused by a party believed negligent, the victim may seek restitution through a personal injury claim. Victims of a similar accident in New Mexico often seek the advice of an experienced attorney for assistance in filing a claim against the party deemed at fault.

Source: myfox8.com, "Brain Injury Awareness: What is a Brain Injury", March 20, 2017

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