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Examples of Symptoms of TBI

Trauma to the head caused by a motor vehicle accident, fall, sports injury, act of violence, or other incident can cause a victim to suffer a traumatic brain injury.  Brain injuries can range from mild to severe, and you can suffer from a traumatic brain injury even you received only what you perceived as a mild bump to the head.  Brain injuries can cause a wide range of possible symptoms that may affect the way you think, feel, or move.  Some victims have multiple symptoms and some only experience one.  Some victims may not even recognize that they are experiencing brain injury symptoms.  However, if you have been hit in the head at all and notice any change in your abilities, you should seek medical attention immediately.  If you are diagnosed with a brain injury, you should contact a Coweta County brain injury attorney as soon as possible to see if you have a case.


The following are examples of the many possible traumatic brain injury symptoms:


Mild Brain Injury Symptoms:


  • Headache
  • Trouble with thinking, concentration, or attention
  • Ringing in the ears
  • Insomnia
  • Lethargy or fatigue
  • Bad or odd taste in your mouth
  • Disorientation or confusion
  • Dizziness or lightheadedness
  • Behavioral changes or unexplained mood swings
  • Mental lapses or other memory problems
  • Blurred or double vision or excessively tired eyes

Moderate to Severe Brain Injury Symptoms:


  • Periods of unconsciousness
  • More severe or long-lasting amnesia
  • Unexplained agitation
  • Continued restlessness
  • Slurred speech or other language issues
  • Severe or continued confusion
  • Problems with physical coordination
  • Unusual pupil dilation
  • Convulsions or seizures
  • Difficulty waking up from sleep
  • Consistent nausea or frequent vomiting
  • Persistent headache that intensifies
  • Weakness or numbness in your extremities


If you have been hit in the head and have experienced any of these symptoms, you should contact a doctor immediately.  After proper medical attention, you should also call an experienced brain injury lawyer at the Law Offices of Shane Smith at (770) 487-8999.

Shane Smith
Advocate for the Seriously Injured in Georgia