There are quite a few symptoms that may indicate a traumatic brain injury: loss of coordination or movement, weakness, slurred speech, confusion, unequal size or dilated pupils, numbness or tingling in extremities, difficulty ambulating, unusual irritability, nausea, slow heart rate, fatigue, slow breathing rate, unresponsiveness, or headache. The list can continue with many more signs and symptoms of a traumatic brain injury. It is important to understand that the consequences may be devastating and that the medical treatment must be sought immediately. After necessary stabilization treatment has taken place it is now time to ask if the injury has occurred as a result of someone else’s negligence. Was the floor wet? Did the other driver run a red light? Did your employer not provide you with safe working conditions? If your long-term injury is a result of someone else’s negligence then you can sue for damages. At Dover Law Firm we have handled many traumatic brain injury cases and are ready to help you. Our experience and knowledge are your success in a case. Call Dover Law Firm immediately at (770)518-1133 to discover your options.