Acquired Brain Injuries can occur throughout a person’s lifetime and are not part of any genetic
or congenital disorder. In some cases when they occur they could have been prevented and/or
significantly reduced if a patient had received competent medical care.
A traumatic brain injury is caused by external elements such as traffic accidents, physical assaults
or hitting your head after a fall. One of the more commonly known injuries from a traumatic brain injury is a concussion. In most cases, a concussion may have mild effects on a person, however, at the same time, a concussion can have very serious consequences.
The above brain injuries could be caused as a result of the following:
Failure to diagnose a stroke or severe concussion;
Mismanagement following an operation;
Failure to treat a medical condition;
Overdose of medication; and
Delay in treatment.
There are many causes that can be attributed to brain injuries and if you would like to discuss your case, please contact our medical negligence and personal injuries team on 01 4900121 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org