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Whenever you suffer a traumatic brain injury, it’s easy to understand the various physical damages you can experience. As one of the more serious injuries in personal injury law, traumatic brain injuries can also cause mental distress. If you are the victim of someone else’s negligent actions, it’s crucial to recognize some of the mental symptoms that can arise.

Mental Symptoms You Should Know About

A brain injury can result in these mental, cognitive, and behavioral symptoms:

  • Concentration issues: You may have trouble focusing or concentrating on simple tasks.
  • Depression and mood changes: You can experience depression and mood changes, as well as other behavioral changes.
  • Agitation and combativeness: You may become angrier with people around you and more likely to get into confrontations very easily.
  • Slurred speech: Many people require speech therapy after suffering a traumatic brain injury. The reason for this is that they can experience slurred speech as a result of their injuries.

Mental symptoms are sometimes the most impactful part of a brain injury case. In these cases, it’s even more imperative to obtain compensation because of the reduced quality of life you may experience. It often takes much longer to recover from mental trauma than the physical damage.

What Your Rights Are

Personal injury laws allow you to pursue compensation for emotional trauma. Recovering this type of compensation often depends on how much the case has impacted your life. It may also depend on how well your attorney can position your case. The stronger your legal counsel, the more you may be able to get in your case.

Our North Dakota brain injury attorneys are committed to your rights. When you need us, we’ll be there to help you. At Pringle & Herigstad, P.C., we’ll safeguard your rights and do whatever is necessary to obtain the compensation and justice you deserve. It’s our top priority to be your voice against negligence and help you move toward the future with as much peace of mind as possible.

Call our firm today at (855) 245-5100.