Brain Haemorrhaging is a serious, often life threatening condition in which bleeding occurs inside the skull. As the skull hold a certain amount of moisture to keep the brain cushioned and functioning properly, additional fluid on the brain, especially from blood which has a thicker density than other liquids causes pressure on the brain. This can lead to an endless list of conditions as your brain is the centre from which all functionality of your body is based.
Brain Haemorrhaging often occurs in individuals which have experience head trauma. Any head trauma can cause haemorrhaging in the brain. However, individuals who have been involved in serious car wrecks, blunt force traumas, and sever concussions are more apt to develop a haemorrhage than others. Also, those which have been diagnosed with a brain aneurysm or broken vessels around the brain are at risk.
Injuries which have resulted with “bruising of the brain” should take extra caution to ensure that brain haemorrhaging has not occurred. As bruising is an accumulation of blood in a targeted area, anyone which has suffered from such an injury is encouraged to undergo testing to ensure that haemorrhaging does not occur, especially if you experience any of the symptoms common with brain haemorrhaging.
Symptoms of a Brain Haemorrhage are often overlooked as the symptoms are very similar to common headaches and migraines. Unfortunately, if these symptoms are overlooked for too long the results can be lifelong or fatal. If you have had a trauma to the brain you are strongly encouraged to seek medical attention if you have any of the following symptoms:
- Prolonged Headaches or migraines
- Blurred vision or spots in the vision
- Pressure sensitivity around the eyes and temples
- Nose bleeds
- A loss of balance
- An inability to focus or stayed focus on any given task
You may also experience more severe symptoms which are can occur in victims of a head trauma which have had a brain haemorrhage develop. These include seizures, loss or blurred speech, paralysis of parts or the whole body, memory loss, and unconsciousness. If any of these symptoms have occurred, you are advised to seek immediate medical attention. Medical staff , practitioners, and doctors should at minimum perform a CT scan to ensure that there is no internal bleeding in the skull.
Your brain is the most important organ in your body and therefore should not be handled flippantly. Diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up are paramount to ensuring that your head trauma has not caused additional health injuries such as a brain haemorrhage. If you have had a severe head trauma and were misdiagnosed as not having a haemorrhage on the brain later to discover that you did, you have grounds for a claim.
If you have had an aneurysm and the condition was not monitored or treated properly and the aneurysm resulted in brain haemorrhaging due to the medical staff, practitioner, or doctor’s negligence, you may have grounds for a claim.
Because treatment of a brain haemorrhage is extremely risky and expensive, those which have undergone surgery for a brain haemorrhage only to find out that the brain was not haemorrhaging, definitively have grounds for a claim.
Individuals who have had family members which is currently in a comma due to haemorrhaging on the brain or if you have had a family member which has died as a result of misdiagnosis of a brain haemorrhaging or from improper treatment of a brain haemorrhage have ground for a claim.
Any head trauma should be addressed immediately. You should never ignore symptoms of a possible brain haemorrhage, especially if you have had a severe head trauma (which increases your risk of developing a brain haemorrhage).
If you are currently under the care of a medical staff, practitioner, or doctor for a head injury, you are encouraged to continue following the instructions of the person treating you.
As with any legal claim, there are time restrictions on when you can file your claim. The sooner that you file your claim the more likely you are to have a successful claim. Where we cannot guarantee the results of your claim, we will work with you to ensure that all forms and procedures are filled and filed in the proper manner and will work hard to maximize the successfulness of your claim.
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The severity of a brain haemorrhage should not be overlooked. Medical bills, stress, heartache, and prolonged and possibly permanent conditions may occur from mistreatment, misdiagnosis, or lack of diagnosis. If you have any inquiries regarding filing a brain hemorrhage compensation claim please feel free to contact us.
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