Open Head Injuries

Legal Counsel for Head Trauma Victims in California

An open head injury is a serious form of acquired brain injury that is caused by force or trauma to the head that actually fractures the skull and causes damage to brain tissue or the surrounding membranes. Open head injury is an extremely serious type of┬ábrain injury to sustain, and medical care must be sought immediately for treatment – especially if symptoms become evident.

As the victim will suffer from an open wound, it is particularly crucial to take immediate action in order to avoid the victim bleeding out or the wound becoming infected. If you or someone you love suffered open head injury in an accident of any kind or as a result of another person’s negligence or wrongdoing, you may have the right to legal action. Contacting an attorney is the first step to finding out what you can do at this point.

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An open head traumatic brain injury may be caused by assault with a firearm, blunt force trauma, a motor vehicle accident, a fall, or a sporting accident. Virtually any incident that involves direct and forceful impact with the skull may cause an open head injury to occur. In cases where another person was responsible for an open head injury, a victim can take legal action to seek financial damages.

By working with an attorney and filing a personal injury claim in civil court, the victim can seek compensation for medical care, emotional trauma, and the many other damages or losses associated with a catastrophic injury of this kind. Your initial consultation with a Los Angeles injury lawyer at Pacific Attorney Group is free. Please do not hesitate to call us or contact us online to get more information about your particular case and your legal options.

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