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Wisconsin personal injury attorney, Wisconsin accident lawyer, Wisconsin car crash lawyerTraumatic brain injury is a major cause of death and disability in the United States, and contributes to almost one third of all injury deaths. According to the CDC, there are over 125 deaths every day in the United States in which traumatic brain injury was a factor, and those who survive a traumatic brain injury may face effects lasting a few days to major disabilities that may last the rest of their lives.

Everyone runs the risk of a traumatic brain injury, especially children and elderly people.  Traumatic brain injuries occur in many ways, and if you or a loved one has received a traumatic brain injury, you need a skilled personal injury attorney to pursue fair compensation on your behalf. Some of the ways traumatic brain injury can occur is by falling, in a motorcycle or car accident, through the use of defective products, or being hit by a projectile.

Traumatic brain injuries also can happen during childbirth. Brain injuries are often extremely difficult to detect, especially where all the damage occurs on the inside and there are no external lacerations or bruising to indicate there has been a trauma. Often the symptoms or effects of a brain injury do not arise until long after the incident that caused it took place, which adds another layer of difficulty to getting compensation by the responsible party or parties for your injury.

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