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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."

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    Concussion is a mild brain injury and is the most common and least serious brain injury someone is likely to suffer.

    Concussion usually occurs after a blow to the head where the impact causes the brain to shake inside of the skull which results in a temporary disruption to normal brain function.

    Occasionally concussion can result in unconsciousness, though this does tend to be for a relatively short amount of time, and is invariably not terribly serious.

    If you have been involved in an accident which left you with concussion, then you might want to talk to an injury lawyer Caldecott about making a personal injury claim.

    Symptoms of concussion

    The symptoms of concussion can vary depending on the severity, but the most common symptoms include:

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    • Loss of consciousness (usually for short periods of time)
    • Headaches
    • Confusion
    • Memory loss (usually temporary and short term)
    • Feeling sick or actually being sick
    • Blurred vision
    • Difficulty concentrating

    If you have sustained a blow to the head, perhaps as a result of a fall of road traffic accident, and suspect that you might have concussion, the first thing you should do is speak to a medical professional and seek advice regarding treatment.  It is vital you do this before contacting an injury lawyer in Caldecott as your health is of paramount importance.

    Treatment for concussion

    The general treatment for concussion is rest, and there is no immediate cure.  Time is needed to allow any minor swelling to go down, and while painkillers will help alleviate the effect of some of the symptoms you might experience, the symptoms themselves will usually completely disappear by themselves over time.

    If your medical adviser is concerned that your concussion may be more severe they may recommend that x-rays or specific scans of the brain be carried out to eliminate any other potential problems. These can then be dealt with accordingly.

    If your concussion, regardless of the severity, was caused as the result of someone else’s actions, then you might be considering making a compensation claim for the injury you have sustained.  If you are considering this then it is worthwhile speaking to an injury lawyer in Caldecott who will be in the best position to provide you with advice and guidance on how to proceed with your claim.

    Remember, that following an incident which has resulted in concussion it is best to wait until all the symptoms have fully disappeared and you are feeling “well” again before returning to normal activities.  Do not rush around, and do not feel you have to start a claim straight away – although deadlines do exist, these are usually three years, so there is no hurry.

    Speak to an injury lawyer in Caldecott today

    You can phone Accident Advice Helpline today on our Freephone number and we will be able to appoint an injury lawyer in Caldecott for you.

    Our team of in-house experts and injury lawyer in Caldecott all operate on a no win, no fee* basis and will be happy to answer your questions regarding your claim.

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