Minneapolis Coup & Contrecoup Lawyer

A brain injury is frightening. You do not know what to expect. Many decisions have to be made, including decisions about taking legal action against the negligent party. It is important to act quickly to protect your legal right to compensation. The medical bills and other expenses will add up quickly. Call a Coup – Contrecoup injury lawyer today, at (612) TSR-TIME, and we will help you through the legal maze. If you prefer, you may submit our free consultation form.

About Coup & Contrecoup Brain Injuries

Coup and contrecoup brain injuries occur when the brain slams into the skull, then ricochets back and forth. They are a form of contusion, in which surrounding blood vessels are damaged or destroyed.

The difference between coup and contrecoup injuries involves the point of impact. Coup injuries occur on the side of the skull which is actually struck, while contrecoup injuries occur on the opposite side as a result of the brain jostling within the skull. An individual with a coup injury may also have a contrecoup injury, and vice versa.

These types of injuries are usually the result of a car accident, bodily assault, or some other form of extreme impact. They are sometimes seen in babies who have been violently shaken.

Coup and contrecoup injuries are extremely serious and usually result in permanent damage. Speech, memory, concentration, coordination, and decision-making may all be affected. In addition, there is a risk of paralysis, depending on the severity of the trauma.

Contact Coup & Contrecoup Brain Injury Lawyer

If you or a family member has suffered a coup or contrecoup injury, due to the negligence of another, contact our Bloomington personal injury lawyers to learn more about your legal options. Our partners are experts in the field of traumatic brain injury. Call (612) TSR-TIME or submit our free consultation form.

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