Brain damage is an umbrella term that encompasses any medical condition that involves the destruction of brain cells. Generally speaking, there are two kinds of brain injuries: traumatic brain injuries (TBI)—injuries caused by external forces, such as a head injury; and acquired brain injuries, which are the result of congenital disorders.
Some traumatic brain injuries may occur from blunt trauma such as a car accident or physical attack. In other instances, however, brain damage is the result of a medical or surgical error, which should not have occurred. If this is the case for you or a loved one, our Baltimore medical malpractice lawyers have the experience and resources to fight for you in court.
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The symptoms associated with brain damage vary widely depending on the specific type of brain injury. The severity and location of the injury will invariably determine the type of symptoms.
Symptoms of brain damage include, but are not limited to:
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