Brain injuries are prevalent across the State of California. This is brought by the high road activity rate within the place. Due to tourism, the roads in this state are often crowded with motorists who travel back and forth for vacation and parties. Many Americans would even agree that California has some of the best beaches and most fantastic sceneries in the entire country.
However, a planned and supposedly beautiful vacation experience in this area could likely end up in a devastating accident. Consequently, the records presented by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) prove this.
The NHTSA indicated that in 2009 alone, there were about 3,081 traffic fatalities that were recorded in the state. It even identified the city of Los Angeles as the one with the highest death rate because of road mishaps.
According to the National Institute of Neurogical Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), an estimated 50,000 people annually die on the road, while others survive but sustain life-long debilitating injuries. Accordingly, crash accident survivors should realize that they are prone to undiagnosed ailments, which they might have unknowingly sustained.
One of these is the Traumatic Brain Injury or TBI. It is defined as the effect of brutal force on the skull. The skull is fractured or some fragments would pierce the brain and cause internal bleeding. Cases of TBI differ from one another. A person may still sustain this injury once the brain bumps the inside of the skull without apparent fractures.
It is necessary for victims of crashes to have some knowledge regarding TBI cases. They could use this to assess if they have the same ailment and if they needed to file a complaint against the person who caused the accident to be able to pay for the medication. Accordingly, here are some of the early symptoms of TBI: