Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs)

The symptoms of TBI can be as varied as the causes of the condition, as the specific brain injury symptoms a person will have will depend on:

  • The area(s) of the brain that was injured
  • How severely that area of the brain was impacted.

Complicating matters is the fact that, in some cases, it can take days or even weeks for the full range of brain injury symptoms to become apparent.

At the Klibaner Law Firm, our Denver brain injury lawyers understand how profound and devastating the impacts of brain injuries can be – especially when these injuries could have been prevented if another party had been more careful, attentive and responsible. When any type of negligence causes people to sustain TBIs, our attorneys will be ready to help them pursue the justice and compensation to which they are entitled.

We encourage you to keep reading to learn more about the symptoms of TBIs. And, don’t hesitate to contact us if you believe your or a loved one’s brain injury has been caused by any type of negligence.

TBI Symptoms: Signs of Mild TBIs

The brain is the body’s control center. As a result, when the brain is even mildly injured, the resulting symptoms can have physical, cognitive and/or behavioral impacts. Specifically, the signs of mild traumatic brain injuries can include:

  • Knowing the symptoms of TBI can be essential to knowing when to get medical care – and legal help. Contact our Denver personal injury lawyer for a free case evaluation.

    Knowing the symptoms of TBI can be essential to knowing when to get medical care – and legal help. Contact our Denver personal injury lawyer for a free case evaluation.

    Physical symptoms, including:

    • Headaches
    • Nausea and/or vomiting
    • Fatigue and drowsiness
    • Sleeping problems
    • Dizziness and/or balancing problems
  • Cognitive symptoms, including:
    • Memory problems
    • Difficulty concentrating
    • Sensory problems, such as blurry vision, ringing in the ears and/or changes to smelling abilities
    • Sensitivity to light or sound
  • Behavioral symptoms, including:
    • Mood changes or mood swings
    • Depression
    • Heightened anxiety.

Symptoms of Moderate to Severe TBIs

When the brain damage sustained is moderate to severe, the symptoms of TBIs can include:

  • Physical symptoms, including:
    • Unrelenting headaches and/or headaches that get increasingly worse
    • Loss of consciousness
    • Persisting vomiting or nausea
    • Seizures
    • Clear fluids draining from the eyes and/or nose
    • Pupil dilation
    • Loss of sensation or weakness in the fingers and toes
    • Inability to coordinate movement
    • Difficulty awaking from sleep.
  • Cognitive symptoms, including:
    • Significant confusion
    • Difficulty speaking and/or understanding speech
  • Behavioral symptoms, including:
    • Heightened agitation
    • Combativeness
    • Unusual behavior.

If You or Loved One Experiences the Symptoms of a TBI…

  • Seek immediate medical treatment – This is imperative to getting prompt treatment and preventing further damage.
  • Contact a lawyer once your health is no longer in danger to learn more about your possible options for financial recovery.
A Denver Personal Injury Lawyer at the Klibaner Law Firm Can Help You

Have you or a loved one suffered a brain injury? If so, a Denver personal injury lawyer at the Klibaner Law Firm is here for you, ready to aggressively advocate your rights to help you obtain the compensation you deserve. At the Klibaner Law Firm, our attorneys have more than three decades of experience helping our clients bring their cases to successful resolutions, and we are ready to put our experience, skills and resources to work helping you.

No one should have to face serious injuries alone – and with us on your side, you won’t have to. You can be confident that your interests will be fully protected as we help you hold negligent parties accountable to maximize your financial recovery.

Contact Us Today

To learn more about your options and how we can help you, contact our firm today by calling us at (303) 863-1445 or emailing us using the contact form on this page. When you contact us:

  • You will be able to discuss your case directly with one of our experienced attorneys.
  • You will pay nothing for speaking with us
  • We will answer your questions thoroughly, honestly, and confidentially.

From our offices based in Denver, our attorneys provide superior representation to injured people throughout the Denver metro area and Colorado.