These include amputations, spinal cord injuries, head and brain injuries, and burns and scalds. Traumatic brain injuries vary in severity and all have some type of impact on the injured person. More serious TBIs can cause a coma, which can cause the injured party to receive life support and face life-threatening effects. Traumatic brain injuries can range from mild to severe, and there are numerous types of tests that must be performed to determine the severity of the traumatic brain injury.
This can include MRIs, Glasgow coma scale, and more. Not all broken bones are the same, and there are some that have more impact and take longer to heal than others. Some may be considered catastrophic when the injured party is left to deal with the impact for an extended period of time. Amputations can occur in something like a car accident, but they can also occur as a result of a cancerous tumor in the person's bones or muscles, or because of a serious infection.
A blow to the chest in any type of accident, such as car accidents or workplace mishaps, can result in several examples of serious injuries. A rib may break, the sternum rupture, or injure the heart, lungs, or other major organs. These injuries can be very serious and even life-threatening. If you are able to recover, you may encounter huge bills.
If you suffered a chest injury, you are entitled not only to receive compensation for your medical expenses, but also for other damages you have suffered.