Motor vehicle accident injuries take many forms, and the lawyers of Wilkins, Bankester, Biles & Wynne, P.A. are very familiar with how devastating these wrecks are. Worse, some auto accident injuries are not even apparent right away. For example, some car crash victims in Alabama sustain a brain injury in a crash, which often brings countless hardships into one’s life. If you hit your head in an accident that recently took place, you should immediately seek treatment and try to figure out the extent of possible damage.
Sometimes, brain injuries can take months or years to become evident. Many auto accident victims have not sought treatment after hitting their head, and later in their life, they struggle with memory problems or other serious hardships related to a brain injury. In fact, even relatively minor brain injuries upend life for victims in different ways. For example, personal relationships frequently suffer due to changes brought on by a head injury. Moreover, one’s ability to perform their job well or even continue working is affected by the consequences brought on by a traumatic brain injury.
Aside from brain injuries, other difficulties involving one’s mind regularly surface due to a motor vehicle collision. Post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and anxiety disorders turn many lives upside down. In terms of the consequences of a crash, those which affect a victim’s brain are especially concerning. When reckless drivers cause these hardships to come up, they cannot get away scot-free. Victims should immediately go over the legal strategies that are on the table and our law firm covers more on our personal injury page.