Symptoms of Severe TBIs from a New Mexico Auto Accident: Albuquerque Auto Accidents

- Mark Caruso

New Mexico Auto Accident Causing Severe TBIs Symptoms: Albuquerque Auto Accidents

A traumatic brain injury, or TBI, is a very serious type of injury that could be due to catastrophic injuries after a New Mexico auto accident.  According to the CDC, a TBI was diagnosed in approximately 282,000 hospitalizations and 2.5 million emergency department visits.  Further, motor vehicle crashes were the third leading cause of TBIs in the last year of statistics.  Victims of serious car wrecks with severe TBIs could have significant damages and long-term, debilitating, and devastating impairments or conditions.  Our Albuquerque auto accident lawyer knows that any time a victim of a New Mexico auto accident suffers a TBI, it will be difficult on the victim and his or her entire family.

Here at the Caruso Law Offices, P.C., our team has been compassionately representing victims of a New Mexico auto accident with TBIs and other types of brain injuries.  We have the experience necessary to work with your treating physicians and to hire our own experts to help prove your damages to the court to ensure you recover the compensation that you deserve.  We may also use experts to help establish that vocational limitations, future lost earnings, and to prove liability.  Call us by dialing (505) 883-5000 to schedule a FREE consultation to learn how we can help you today.

Symptoms of Severe TBIs

There are many different types of TBIs.  With any type of brain injury, there can be an endless amount of symptoms and injuries which could plague a victim.  Here are some of the most common types of TBI symptoms from a severe brain injury which a victim may suffer:

Cognitive Deficits

  • Attention issues;
  • Concentration problems;
  • Troubles with memory;
  • Confusion and frustration;
  • Impulsivness;
  • Language issues;
  • Trouble processing, including speed.

Speed and Language Issues

  • Difficulty seeking;
  • Slurred speech;
  • Problems reading or writing;
  • Difficulty understanding language;
  • Stuttering or repeating words.

Sensory problems – problems with touch, sensation, function (motor movement), moisture, pressure, and other related problems with sensory effects.

Problems with Senses

  • Vision issues, including double vision, blurred vision, partial or total vision loss, weakness in the eyes, involvement eye movements, sensitivity to light, and other vision problems;
  • Hearing problems, including tinnitus (ringing in hears), inability hear certain pitches of sound, decreases of hearing, loss of hearing, increased sensitivity to sounds;
  • Smell – loss of smell, diminished amount of smell, sensing weird smells, and other related smell problems;
  • Taste – decrease in taste, tasting weird flavors, problems with tastes;

General Health Complications

  • Physical pain all over your body;
  • Emotional swings;
  • Irritability;
  • Aggression;
  • Depression;
  • Seizures;
  • Profuse sweating;
  • Headaches;
  • Appetite issues;
  • Loss of consciousness; and
  • Many other symptoms.

If You Suffered a Severe TBI in a New Mexico Auto Accident, Call our Albuquerque Auto Accident Lawyer

If you have been seriously injured and suffered a severe TBI with horrific symptoms in New Mexico, please call our Albuquerque auto accident lawyer to learn how we can help.  We handle cases throughout New Mexico, including in Lordsburg, Albuquerque, Las Cruces, Santa Fe, Roswell, or anywhere else. Call the Caruso Law Offices, P.C. by dialing (505) 883-5000 to learn how we can help.  You can also contact us on our website through the easy to use and convenient Contact box located by clicking here.