Closed-Head Injuries are Recoverable Under Personal Injury Law

If you have suffered a closed-head injury, you may potentially recover in two significant areas of non-economic damages: Physical and psychological damages. In terms of physical damages, an injured party who suffers a closed-head injury may suffer from cognitive defects, memory loss and deficits in concentration and language. All of the foregoing are physical injuries that a jury will be asked to value. Moreover, the psychological damage of someone who suffers a closed-head injury is also recoverable, as these injuries frequently result in greater fatigue, mental anguish, irritability and anxiety. If you have suffered one of these types of injuries, you are encouraged to seek representation from a personal injury lawyer.  It is also important to enlist help from family, friends and medical providers to ensure that counsel has the salient facts surrounding the closed-head injury.
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