It doesn’t matter what caused your car crash- a rear-end collision, or t-boned at an intersection- traumatic brain injury or a concussion after a car accident are all too common. If you are like many people, headaches, dizziness, sensitivity to light and sound, and a spotty memory. While you may look fine on the outside, you know you’re not the person you used to be before the car crash.
A concussion can happen in a split second:
• A car or truck smashes into your automobile and your head hits the windshield, side window, steering wheel or dashboard
• A piece of lumber falls from a storage rack and hits your head while shopping at a “big box” store
• You are tossed from your motorcycle because of a poorly designed/maintained road and your head strikes the ground during the crash.
Every single incident can result in a serious and life-altering injury known as traumatic brain injury (TBI).