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San Francisco, CA 94104
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Oakland, CA 94612
San Francisco Personal Injury
A diffuse axonal brain injury occurs when a violent force tears the axons (connections between the brain cells). This impairs communication between brain cells and can result in coma and unconsciousness. When the victim retains consciousness, it can inhibit brain function in unpredictable and subtle ways. In contrast to a penetrating head injury in which the damage is localized, DAI can cause widespread damage across a large portion of the brain.
The most common causes of diffuse axonal brain injuries are:
A diffuse axonal injury (DAI) can be difficult to diagnose, because it can’t be revealed by an MRI or CAT scan. Often, the adverse effects of a DAI show up months after the initial diagnosis. It is important, then, that a brain injury victim retains the services of an attorney who is knowledgeable about such injuries, their causes and their effects.
The traumatic brain injury attorneys at Bracamontes & Vlasak, P.C., in San Francisco, California, provide vigorous, results-oriented representation on behalf of accident victims. We have experience in cases involving diffuse axonal injuries and access to the expert medical resources that can make a difference in DAI cases.
When our law firm handles your case, we will work diligently to build a comprehensive legal effort designed to help your loved one obtain needed medical care and full compensation for all other losses. If necessary, we can help the accident victim obtain one or more medical examinations that accurately diagnose the nature of the injury. In the course of this investigation, we will also identify the physical, neurological, cognitive and emotional effects the injury has on your loved one — and the medical care and rehabilitation services he or she needs.
Contact Bracamontes & Vlasak, P.C., for a free consultation with a San Francisco diffuse axonal brain injury lawyer. We are also available by telephone at 415.835.6777.
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