Need information on how you develop concussion?
There are many thousands of accidents in the United Kingdom every year and among the injuries sustained in a large percentage of them is concussion. But are you wondering how you develop concussion and what are the effects of such as an injury?
As personal injury specialists securing compensation for accident victims since the year 2000, Accident Advice Helpline has been ensuring that the right levels of compensation have been awarded. That compensation has been used to great effect and has ensured that many of those injured have been able to recoup lost earnings and other expenses.
How much do you know about concussion injuries?
Concussion is an injury that results from an impact to the head. This can be a direct impact with a stationary object such as in a road traffic accident, or the result of a slip, trip or fall. There are many different reasons as to how you develop concussion and many more symptoms as a result.
Here are some of the most common symptoms of concussion:
- Cognitive issues
- Loss of consciousness
- Problems with eyesight and hearing
The above list is only a small representation of the many symptoms and side-effects that can result from concussion. The symptoms will vary from person to person and those listed above are listed as the most common and generally those that are used as a benchmark to identify concussion.
As a result of your concussive injuries you may be unable to concentrate and may be subject to periods of insomnia. These too are often cited as symptoms of concussion and those afflicted find that their ability to concentrate, and hence work, is seriously hampered.
Can we help you make a claim?
At Accident Advice Helpline, our no-win, no-fee* accident lawyers are on hand to help you secure the compensation you deserve in the aftermath of your accident. It is worth considering that injuries are only part of the accident process. You will also find that your lifestyle may be altered as a result of your injuries and it may not be possible for you to take part in certain activities that you once took for granted.
When you call us one of our advisers will guide you through our initial assessment and explain the claim making process. We help thousands of accident victims just like you every year. We will determine if you have a claim to make and if so, we will pass your details to our team of dedicated and professional accident lawyers.
You can call us today on our freephone landline number 0800 689 0500, or from a mobile the number to use is 0333 500 0993. Lines are open every day and our team of personal injury advisers is waiting to make sure you have all the information and advice you need.
Category: Concussion claim