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Head Trauma and Receiving Social Security Disability

Head trauma refers to any injury to your skull, scalp or brain. This can range from a minor bump on your skull to a serious brain injury. Other names for head trauma are head injury, brain injury, concussion and contusion. Head trauma is classified as either closed or open (penetrating). There are several types of brain injuries.  Two of the most common are: The effects of head trauma can happen immediately, or they can develop slowly over a period of hours. The following effects are indications of serious head trauma that requires emergency medical treatment. These include: Head trauma can range all the way from a minor bump on your head to a serious, life threatening brain injury. Some head trauma can have lifelong effects that keep you from carrying out your normal daily activities. Head trauma may be the reason for you or a loved ones’ disability. As a result, you or your loved one may need help. You may need financial assistance. Where will the help come from that you need? Who will you be able to turn to? Have you or your loved one tried to get this financial help by applying for Social Security disability benefits or disability benefits from the Social Security Administration because of the disability resulting from head trauma? Were you or your loved one denied? You or your loved one may be thinking about appealing the denial by the Social Security Administration. If you do appeal the denial, there is something that you need to seriously consider. You or your loved one will need the help and assistance of a disability lawyer like the one you will find at disabilitycasereview.com in what can prove to be a long and trying process. This is true because people who are represented by a disability attorney are approved more often than those people without a lawyer.