The brain is by far the most important part of the human body. While other organs like the heart are essential in keeping a person alive, the brain controls nearly everything we do. This doesn’t just include our thinking but also our voluntary and involuntary movements like walking and breathing.
Despite being such an important aspect of our body, the brain is surprisingly vulnerable. A single jolt to the head or even small, repeated bumps could lead to catastrophic injury that severely affects a person’s life forever.
Those who suffer from a traumatic brain injury at the hands of others may have some recourse if the injury was caused by negligence or reckless behavior. Find out more about traumatic brain injury and how a lawsuit could help.