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How is a traumatic brain injury identified? We ask California attorney Joel Siegal in this
AskTheLawyers™ Quick Question.
Well, unlike some of the other injuries we've seen, we can’t actually see them; someone breaks their leg, we see a cast, we see hospital injuries, but with brain injuries or traumatic brain injuries, first of all, every traumatic brain injury is a little different. They affect people differently. People come in with headaches, people come in unable to do their usual jobs, people come in with a lack of creativity, so it's really something that you don't see, but it's something that we hear about from the plaintiffs, from our clients, not being able to participate fully in their lives.
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