Closed Head Injury

When a traumatic brain injury does not involve a fracture of the skull, it is referred to as a closed head injury. Sometimes, what even a doctor has labeled “mild closed head injury” can be a significant traumatic brain injury that results in permanent and negative effects on the life of the injury victim, family and friends. Unlike people with severe brain trauma whose injuries are more likely to be obvious, people with mild closed head injuries may not have noticeable medical problems right away.

If you or someone close to you has been diagnosed with a closed head injury or an injury to any part of the brain as the result of an accident or negligence, please seek medical advice and contact us for legal assistance as soon as possible.