What is the treatment for a concussion after an Annapolis, MD auto accident?
Experiencing a concussion is a common injury after an Annapolis, MD auto accident. Whether you or your child experienced subtle or serious symptoms because of the concussion, treatment is likely needed. Here, a lawyer discusses the common treatments for concussions.
After a traumatic brain injury such as a concussion, the brain needs to rest – both physically and mentally. This means avoiding engaging in physical activity such as working out and sports. The doctor may also tell you to stay away from texting, playing video games, watching television or looking at a computer.
The doctor may prescribe you pain medication if you are dealing with headaches or other types of discomfort as a result of your Anne Arundel County car crash. Acetaminophen is often prescribed and works well to help with the pain. Avoid taking pain relievers that contain ibuprofen or aspirin, as they increase your chances of bleeding.
Hire a Lawyer
Hiring a lawyer won’t help your concussion resolve, but it may help cover some of the expenses of the treatment. Going to the doctor isn’t cheap, but an Annapolis, MD car accident attorney may be able to help you receive compensation that could cover those costs. If not, you may have to pay for them yourself, which isn’t fair.
Hiring a lawyer after an Annapolis, MD auto accident can help to take some of the stress off of your situation. With a lawyer fighting for you, you can concentrate on getting better instead of worrying about your bills.
Call the law offices of Jimeno and Gray at (410) 590-9401 for more information and to speak with a lawyer about your case. Request your free copy of the book A Crash Course in Maryland Accidents, written by attorney Gregory Jimeno, when you call.
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