Loss of Consciousness (LOC)
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When an accident victim is dazed, knocked out, or injured so severely it results in a coma, qualified medical attention could be needed for months or years to come. Even a blow to the head that at first seemed minor, other than a brief loss of consciousness, may indicate traumatic brain injury and have consequences that appear or worsen over time.
If a loss of consciousness (sometimes abbreviated LOC) occurred in a car, motorcycle or truck accident, for example-- and you believe that accident was caused by someone else or do not know what happened-- it can be crucial to contact an attorney as soon as possible. At Eisenberg Cutt Kendell & Olson, you can benefit from a free consultation and tenacious legal representation.
Our award-winning team knows what it takes to secure dramatic results for our clients. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation.
Navigating Your Brain Injury Claim
Anyone who suffers a loss of consciousness, due to an event ranging from a ski or sports injury to a motorcycle wreck or car-truck collision, should see a doctor and be checked for concussion symptoms or evidence of another type of brain injury. A loss of consciousness indicates a serious head injury and could come with lasting effects.
Based on many decades of experience pursuing and winning serious personal injury cases, our lawyers also emphasize:
- Monitoring a loved one for known brain injury symptoms such as memory loss or personality changes after a serious accident.
- Victims of accidents causing loss of consciousness may seem shaken but medically sound at first, but later they exhibit symptoms as severe as seizures or persistent depression.
- Police documentation or witness statements that confirm a loss of consciousness can be important to prevailing in your claim or lawsuit—especially since insurance defense lawyers commonly dispute this clear indicator of a serious accident.
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Our attorneys’ case-building skills and determination to obtain the greatest possible financial help for our clients is known in legal circles throughout Utah, from Logan and Ogden to Provo, St. George and beyond. We receive frequent case referrals from other lawyers and take pride in our reputation for integrity as well as our many sizable verdicts and settlements.
We've recovered hundreds of millions in relief for injury victims and we're ready to help you explore your options. Call (801) 901-3470 today.
How Are Traumatic Brain Injuries Diagnosed?
Diagnosing a traumatic brain injury is a multi-step process. Watch our video to learn more.
How Do I Choose The Right Lawyer For a Traumatic Brain Injury Case?
Traumatic brain injury, unlike any other injury, affects every aspect of a person's life.
What Should a Parent or Spouse Do After a Traumatic Brain Injury?
If someone in your family has been injured and has what you think could be a traumatic brain injury, the most important thing to do first is to be a careful monitor. Learn more from our attorneys at Eisenberg Cutt Kendell & Olson.