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Serving All Delaware Brain Injury Cases

Each year, thousands of people suffer brain injuries from mild to severe. In young people, most brain injuries are caused by automobile accidents or are sports related. In the elderly, they are mostly caused
by falls.


Of course, brain injuries differ in complexity and severity. The human brain is the control center of everything we do. Movement, memory, and reactions are all controlled by our brains.


A concussion is a traumatic brain injury that effects brain function. Concussions are usually caused by a blow to the head or a shaking of the head and upper body. And, many are caused by accidents. Common symptoms of concussions are headaches, loss of memory, amnesia, and confusion. Physical signs may also include headache, ringing in the ears, nausea, vomiting, fatigue or drowsiness, and blurry vision.

If you have been involved in any accident which causes head trauma, it is very important to have legal advice. Insurance companies and defense lawyers often try to minimize head trauma injuries or blame
them on pre-existing conditions.

We will help you through the complexity of proving your head injury.

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