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The central nervous system is comprised of the brain and the spinal cord and is responsible for numerous bodily functions. This complex system regulates peoples' mobility, speech and even breathing. Due to the command the central nervous system has over a person's body, it is easy to see how an injury to the brain or the spinal cord could complicate a person's life temporarily or in some tragic cases, permanently.

Brain Injuries

For most people, brain injuries occur rather suddenly. In fact, the majority of these serious injuries result from unexpected accidents, blunt force and/or sudden trauma. Usually, brain injuries occur within a matter of seconds. This means that in a blink of an eye, brain injury sufferers' lives can unpredictably change for the worse as brain injuries are known for causing a vast array of complicated medical symptoms. From loss of respiratory function to ongoing pain, brain injuries are never easy to contend with and may present constant limitations throughout peoples' lives.

Spinal Cord Injuries

Very few injuries are as serious as brain injuries, save for spinal cord injuries. The spinal cord houses countless nerves which are responsible for peoples' coordination and bodily movements. Anytime the spinal cord is injured, these nerves may incur damage and limit a person's ability to move or even breathe. Additionally, spinal cord injuries may result in loss of digestive function, loss of reproductive function and paralysis.

Life After a Brainor Spinal Cord Injury

After people have sustained life-threatening brain and spinal cord injuries, they will face numerous disadvantages. From not being able to work to having to pay expensive medical bills, living with a brain and/or spinal cord injury is never easy. However, what many injury sufferers do not realize is that if their injuries were caused by third party negligence, they may be entitled to monetary compensation. In order to learn more about obtaining compensation, it is advised that injury sufferers meet with an Palm Springs auto accident lawyer, like the lawyers at Cohn & Swartzon, P.C.

For support in finding compensation for your recent brain or spinal cord injury, contact a Palm Springs accident attorney at our firm today.

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