Brain injuries are complex, as related to both the complexity of the brain, and an increasingly broad spectrum of symptoms associated with brain injuries. Additionally, the complexity of a lawsuit relating to TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) requires the expertise of a local professional brain injury lawyer in Little Rock, whom you can trust.

Brain injuries refer to brain dysfunctions caused by an outside force, such as a blow to the head, whiplash, and are most commonly associated with car crashes or contact sports. "G's", a measurement that relates to both velocity, force and shock absorbency, are used to measure that 'outside force'. According to studies, hopping down from a chair creates an estimated 10 G's, while a football tackle averages 30 G's.

By comparison, a car accelerating and striking a wall at 35 mph can generate nearly 50 G's. And while the safety features of a car are constantly evolving and incorporating new ways to decrease the impact from a wreck; car accidents can still quickly, and easily, cause devastating damage. While an impact of more than 50 G's does not necessitate a brain injury; brain injuries, presumably, are likely to occur at an impact at or above 50 G's; nearly the equivalent of a 35-50 mph car crash.

Brain injuries, unfortunately, are difficult to detect; and symptoms can oftentimes wait to present themselves. If you suspect you may have a brain injury, it is important that you seek timely medical attention from a professional.

Likewise, if you've suffered injury due to a car crash or someone else's negligence, it's important that you seek the legal advice of a professional. The lawyers at Taylor King Law are equipped to handle your brain injury claim, ensure you receive the necessary medical attention, and seek the compensation you deserve.

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