Brain Bleed From Fall in Michigan Nursing Home | MI Subdural Hematoma Injury Lawyer

At Buckfire & Buckfire P.C. we have the most experienced nursing home lawyers who represent patients and residents who suffer injuries caused from a Michigan nursing home fall in a Michigan nursing home or assisted living facility. Falls are very common among residents in nursing homes and can cause serious injuries and death among the victims. Falls are most prevalent in elderly patients residing in nursing homes, and about 10% to 25% of falls result in hospital admission or fractures.

Falls among nursing home residents occur frequently and repeatedly.  About 1,800 older adults living in nursing homes die each year from fall-related injuries and those who survive falls frequently sustain hip fractures and head injuries that result in permanent disability and reduced quality of life. Fear of falling can cause further loss of function, depression, feelings of helplessness, and social isolation.

These fall-related injuries can cause minor head trauma, which can put excessive force on the brain that may result in inter-cranial bleed (commonly referred to as a subdural hematoma).  Subdural hematomas (SDH) often happen when blood vessels burst in the space between the brain and the outermost membrane that covers the brain.

Subdural Hematoma & Its Effect On The Brain

Hematoma cause a gathering of blood, this puts pressure in the brain tissues.  When the pressure is continuous and the active bleed builds, serious injuries or even death can result.  Acute subdural hematomas are among the most lethal of head injuries, with a mortality rate of between 50-90%. 30% of fatal head injuries include an acute subdural hematoma.

What Causes A Brain Bleed & Other Traumatic Head Injuries?

While SDH is often caused by a traumatic head injury, even a minor head injury can cause a cranial bleed in some people. There are some risk factors that can contribute to subdural hematoma, but it is possible for someone to suffer cranial bleeding suddenly as well. Some risk factors include:

  • Infants or very young children
  • Elderly
  • Anticoagulant medication
  • Repeated head injuries
  • Alcohol abuse

Symptoms of Subdural Hematoma & Other Brain Injuries

A head injury can result in a concussion or even cranial bleeding. Children and the elderly are more susceptible to a concussion. Brain bleeding, or SDH,. Some common symptoms o look for are:

  • Lethargy or confusion
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Numbness
  • Seizures
  • Speech impairment
  • Visual problems

Michigan Brain Bleed Fall Injuries Nursing Home Attorneys No Fee Promise

We will represent you in your Michigan brain bleed fall injury case under our NO FEE PROMISE. This means that you will not be charged any legal fees whatsoever unless we obtain a settlement or recovery for you. You have absolutely no obligation for legal fees unless we win your case. If we do not obtain a settlement for you, you owe us nothing!

Contact Your Michigan Brain Bleed Fall Injuries Nursing Home Attorney Today

If your loved one suffered from a fall at a nursing home, you should contact our office immediately! After a fall accident in a nursing home, we will investigate the cause of the accident. These injuries are often not well-documented and it is necessary to do a full investigation, especially because the person does not always have the ability to remember or describe the incident. An injured person may be entitled to monetary compensation for the injuries in a fall if the fall took place in a nursing home and the nursing home failed to take proper preventative fall measures. Call us now at (800) 606-1717 to speak with one of our experienced Michigan nursing home fall and injury about your case.

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