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The Symptoms of Blast Force Brain Trauma

By: Fry | Goehring

In a matter of seconds, your life or the life of a loved one can be altered with a blast force brain trauma. A blast force brain trauma is caused by an explosion. According to, a blast injury “feels like being hit by a wave and then being pulled back into the ocean — all in intensely rapid succession.”

Most who have blast force brain trauma received their injury in a car crash while playing a contact sport or serving a military tour. The symptoms are serious and the condition is a hot-button topic that is being heavily studied by scientists today; there is still a lot to learn about it.

Here are just a few of the blast force brain trauma symptoms that we know about and how hiring a personal injury lawyer can help you determine whether or not you should pursue legal action.


According to an article in National Geographicsome symptoms that can occur with blast force brain trauma are “headache, seizures, motor disorders, sleep disorders, dizziness, visual disturbances, ringing in the ears, mood changes, and cognitive, memory, and speech difficulties.”

Many of these symptoms mimic the traditional symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which makes it just that much more difficult to diagnose—especially in soldiers who are coming back from war zones.

What is so difficult about this particular condition is that is very difficult to determine whether or not a patient has it, and it, unfortunately, has no known cure at this time. It also may take months or years after the incident for symptoms to manifest.


If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with blast force brain trauma, you must think about whether or not you want to pursue legal action. For instance, if you or a family member received blast force brain trauma due to a car accident where another party was at fault, you may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, experimental medication, and lost wages.

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