Christa R. Haggai, Attorney-at-Law
Big Insurance is spending a ton of money on ads to convince the public that Prop 46 is bad law.... I think it has more to do with protecting their surplus! #YesOn46
A small percentage of doctors commit the vast majority of medical malpractice cases. So, why are they afraid to pee in a cup?
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Yes on 46!
A skull or facial skull fracture can be caused from an automobile accident, from the airbag, or a slip and fall accident. A skull or facial skull fracture is break in one or more of the bones in the skull usually occurring as a result of blunt force trauma to the head. This force can be generated from an airbag deployed in an automobile accident. The force of direct impact may cause damage to the underlying physical structures contained within the skull such as the membranes, blood vessels, and brain, even in the absence of a fracture. A severe impact to the skull causing a fracture may also be accompanied by traumatic brain injury. There are several types of skull fractures, including:
Skull fractures can be caused in automobile accidents.
Skull fractures may also occur when a pedestrian or a bicyclists is struck by an automobile.
Skull fractures are also common injuries in slip and fall accidents.
Diagnosis and Treatment
Treatment for skull fractures primarily is controlling pain, promoting healing, and preventing complications. The primary complication with a skull fracture is potential traumatic brain injury, for which treatment varies significantly based on the type of injury. The recovery from a traumatic brain injury can be long and complicated.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an automobile or slip and fall accident and sustained skull or facial fractures or a traumatic brain injury as a result of this accident in Los Angeles, please contact the Haggai Law Firm for a free consultation with an attorney who can help you obtain fair and reasonable compensation for your injuries.
Christa R. Haggai