Blast Brain Injury Litigation

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Natural Gas Blast Injuries

One of the most common injuries from being near a natural gas explosion is trauma to the head – a concussion of varying degrees, symptoms and long-term effects. Medical science is learning more every day about injuries to the brain, in many instances spurred by the well-publicized scrutiny of concussions among athletes.  We now know that brain injuries are more complex than earlier realized, and can be caused either by a direct blow to the head, or even an indirect blow to the body, causing neurological damage. Symptoms may be from any number of physical, emotional or cognitive conditions — headaches, nausea, difficulty with concentration or memory, irritability, sadness, sleep disturbances, or changes in appetite or energy levels.

At the Carse Law Firm we rely on some of the nation’s most respected experts to investigate the blast scene and possible causes. We also retain the finest doctors to evaluate traumatic injuries from gas explosions, and in particular the less obvious conditions of how these deadly blasts can affect the brain. Don’t assume the symptoms that you or a loved one may be feeling are “normal”, or will go away with time. We’re prepared to work with you and physicians, therapists and rehabilitation specialists to make sure that each physical and mental condition is properly evaluated, file comprehensive litigation covering these claims, and make sure that you are properly compensated for the short-term and long-term effects of those injuries.

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Blast Brain Injury Litigation September 26, 2016