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Any head trauma could cause brain injury

As many residents of New York already know, a head injury can often be a serious matter. Aside from the potential risk of damage to facial features, sight and hearing, the brain is also put at great risk. However, something many people don't realize is that even a seemingly minor blow can be extremely dangerous. The brain is an extremely delicate organ with incomparably complex functions. Any damage can dramatically alter a person's quality of life and emotional well-being.

There are several forms of damage that the brain can take and each affect it in a slightly different way. Ultimately, however, the net result is often the same. Brain injury can lead to life-changing harm to an individual's ability to move, speak, think and react as they did before the incident. Furthermore, it is not only direct impact to the head that causes harm. Other actions, such as being shaken about can also cause damage.

As this article on brain injury explains, even strong rotation of an individual's head can be dangerous. This is because the brain does not keep up with the sudden movement of the skull, often causing delicate structures to be damaged and torn. This cannot only cause harm to your nerve tissue, but also precipitate the release of brain chemicals, potentially causing even further injury.

If you or a loved one suffer a head injury, your first step should be to seek medical attention. After this, you might also benefit from the support of an attorney, particularly if the injury was the result of someone else's negligence. He or she may be able to assist you with your case and help you if you decide to pursue compensation.

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