Brain Injury
Ph. No.: ​718-619-4215, 914-357-8911
E-mail: whc@cooper-law.com
www.cooper-law.com
Disclaimer: The contents o...
A brain injury, whether mild or severe, is a tragedy for the
victim and the entire family. Traumatic brain injury refers t...
Traumatic Brain Injury
• Can occur from almost any type of accident or medical
procedures that involve the facial area.
• ...
Brain Trauma Occurs
• When the brain is slammed back and forth against the skull,
due to an external force such as a car c...
Effects of TBI
• Often leave the victim with significant brain damage.
• Brain damage can affect the victim’s physical fun...
Who is at Higher Risk?
• Victims of child abuse
• Victims of elder abuse
Behavioral Consequences
• Have many behavioral consequences.
• These behavioral symptoms may scar a person’s social skills...
Behavioral symptoms…
• Speech impairment
• Difficulty walking
• Restlessness
• Anxiety
• Depression
Behavioral symptoms
• Frustration
• Irritability
• Difficulty controlling emotion
• Decreased ability to cope with stress
• A brain injury, whether mild or severe, is a tragedy for the
victim and the entire family.
• Traumatic brain injuries ar...
Contact
Brain Injury Attorney, NY
Marvin A. Cooper, P.C.
Ph. No.: ​718-619-4215, 914-357-8911
E-mail: whc@cooper-law.com
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A brain injury, whether mild or severe, is a tragedy for the victim and the entire family. Traumatic brain injury refers to any injury that is caused by a trauma to the head. If the accident that leads to the traumatic brain injury was the result of another entity’s negligence, then that entity may be liable for the injury.
Call Marvin A. Cooper, P.C. today for a FREE case consultation at 914-357-8911. E-mail: whc@cooper-law.com Visit our Website:http://www.cooper-law.com for more details.

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Brain Injury - Traumatic Brain Injury

  1. 1. Brain Injury Ph. No.: ​718-619-4215, 914-357-8911 E-mail: whc@cooper-law.com www.cooper-law.com Disclaimer: The contents of this page are general in nature. Please use your discretion while following them. The author does not guarantee legal validity of the tips contained herein.
  2. 2. A brain injury, whether mild or severe, is a tragedy for the victim and the entire family. Traumatic brain injury refers to any injury that is caused by a trauma to the head. If the accident that leads to the traumatic brain injury was the result of another entity’s negligence, then that entity may be liable for the injury.
  3. 3. Traumatic Brain Injury • Can occur from almost any type of accident or medical procedures that involve the facial area. • Can result from even the smallest accidents.
  4. 4. Brain Trauma Occurs • When the brain is slammed back and forth against the skull, due to an external force such as a car crash.
  5. 5. Effects of TBI • Often leave the victim with significant brain damage. • Brain damage can affect the victim’s physical function, social skills, as well as the ability to think and comprehend. • Some of the physical functions that can be lost are the ability to focus and bladder and bowel problems. • May leave the victim with the inability to do many of the things they once did.
  6. 6. Who is at Higher Risk? • Victims of child abuse • Victims of elder abuse
  7. 7. Behavioral Consequences • Have many behavioral consequences. • These behavioral symptoms may scar a person’s social skills for life.
  8. 8. Behavioral symptoms… • Speech impairment • Difficulty walking • Restlessness • Anxiety • Depression
  9. 9. Behavioral symptoms • Frustration • Irritability • Difficulty controlling emotion • Decreased ability to cope with stress
  10. 10. • A brain injury, whether mild or severe, is a tragedy for the victim and the entire family. • Traumatic brain injuries are usually life long and extremely impairing. • If the accident that leads to the traumatic brain injury was the result of another entity’s negligence, then that entity may be liable for the injury.
  11. 11. Contact Brain Injury Attorney, NY Marvin A. Cooper, P.C. Ph. No.: ​718-619-4215, 914-357-8911 E-mail: whc@cooper-law.com www.cooper-law.com

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