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Concussions can happen under many different circumstances, and the severity of them can vary.

Often thought of as a minor injury or simply just a bump on the head, concussions can lead to serious medical conditions. Although most concussion symptoms and effects last only hours or days, depending on the severity of the injury, concussions can have long-lasting physical and psychological impairments to the body. Memory loss, seizures, and other cognitive conditions could develop due to an avoidable concussion.

If the concussion (or other injuries) was due to an accident resulting from the negligent actions of another party, you may choose to file a personal injury suit to claim damages. At Loutos Law Firm, we will help you with every step of this complicated process.


Common Concussion Causes

Concussions can happen under many different circumstances. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) lists the five leading causes of concussions that emergency rooms treat as:


  • Falls

  • Motor vehicle accidents

  • Physical assault

  • Blunt force trauma

  • Sports-related injuries

How We Help

Get Help From A Florida Concussion Attorney From Loutos Law

Life after an accident can be difficult and scary. Not only are you trying to heal from physical and mental trauma, you may also feel swamped by a barrage of new legal and financial issues such as disputes over property damage, lost time off from work, accumulating medical bills, and battles with insurance companies. Our skilled legal team has years of experience dealing with such cases and is here to help you through every step of the complicated process.


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