Last week on our Ann Arbor medical malpractice law blog, we discussed the topic of cerebral palsy. This week, let's look a little more closely at the diagnosis itself. Because the condition may or may not be a result of birth injuries, it's important that parents have professional guidance during this stage.
Accidents could cause various injuries to the head. Brain injury, also known as traumatic brain injury, may be defined as any injury caused to the head or brain due to a hit, jolt or bolt. It does not, however, include congenital brain defects or injuries. Many brain injury victims have reportedly got their injuries in car accidents and sport accidents. Severe falls and other factors may also cause brain injuries.