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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    The connection between head injury and vomiting

    If you’ve ever sustained a head injury, you’ll know it can make you feel under the weather for a time afterwards. In most cases, head injuries don’t give any cause for concern, even though they make you feel poorly for a day or two. However, it is worth knowing about the connection between a head injury and vomiting, so you know what you should do if this occurs.

    With head injuries, if you are unsure what you should do, getting medical attention is always the best option. You should also seek advice if the injury occurred to a child or someone whose health is already at risk.

    A head injury and vomiting could be a sign of something more serious

    If someone is sick following a head injury, it could point to a more serious injury that requires treatment. There are many other symptoms that can occur in this situation, but vomiting is a cause for concern, and is different from simply feeling sick.

    A minor head injury can lead to headaches and nausea, but the person isn’t usually sick. If they are, it is wise to get medical help as quickly as possible. A person’s condition can deteriorate quickly, and the sooner help is received, the better the prognosis could be. If you’ve been in an accident that caused you to suffer a blow to the head – regardless of how it happened – you should always get medical attention to make sure nothing serious has occurred.

    Can you claim compensation for this type of injury?

    Negligence is the keyword here. If your injury occurred because someone was negligent – whether this is at work, on the roads or anywhere else – you may find you have a good chance to get compensated for what happened. Your head injury and vomiting may not have occurred if someone had not been negligent, so it is important to make sure you know what your legal position is.

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    Calling Accident Advice Helpline is easy. We have two numbers that are easy to use – 0800 689 0500 is the one to call from a landline, while mobile users can give our team a ring on 0333 500 0993 whenever it suits them. With an online test ready and waiting for you as well, we’ve made sure you can always get the answers regarding your head injury and how it happened.

    Date Published: November 16, 2016

    Author: Allison Whitehead

    Category: Head injury claim

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