Brain Injury | Tenge Law Firm Blog
Brain injuries are some of the most serious injuries you can receive. Because the brain controls everything in the body, any damage whatsoever to different parts of the brain could affect the very essence of a person. It’s necessary that victims receive a prompt diagnosis and proper treatment immediately so they can get on the path to recovery.
Even minor damage to one part of the brain can impact a person’s basic functionality. Paralysis is possible, and so is difficulty with motor functions. The victim’s relationships and personality can also suffer as a result of a traumatic brain injury (TBI), and these injuries are particularly difficult for loved ones to deal with. In the most severe cases, brain injuries can result in a coma and total loss of consciousness, which can last the rest of a person’s life.
Updated on May 23, 2019.
In 2015, San Francisco 49ers linebacker Chris Borland announced that after a strong rookie season, he was retiring from the NFL. In his statement, he revealed that he chose to walk away from a potentially lucrative football career due to concerns about the brain injury risks associated with professional football.
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