Concussions Caused by Car Accidents Pitfalls and Solutions by Cincinnati Attorney

Attorney Serving Cincinnati, Mason, Hamilton & Nearby Areas in Ohio

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Concussions caused by car accidents are more common than most people thinks and as a Cincinnati car accident attorney I have seen insurance companies attempt to downplay the severe symptoms that can occur. This article will attempt to explain the problems and offer some solutions.

Car Accident Concussions Can be Diffucult To Prove

Often there is no objective evidence of a concussion. The xrays or MRI's don't show anything. You may not have even hit your head or at least you don't remember hitting your head. The symptoms such as headaches and forgetfullness do not show  until several days after the car accident.  Or the symptoms will thought to be tied to something else such as a woman's menstrual cycle especially in the case of migraine headaches. The insurance company will use this to make you a small offer, impliying that you are making up your symptoms.

The Solution of Fair compensation for Your Car Accident Concussion

Migraine  headaches can one of the symptoms of a concussion. According to neurologists they can be one of the most disabling conditions known. You can have severe pounding, nausea, vomiting, and other symptoms. migraine sufferes just want to lay down in the dark and have the knifelike pain go away.

Traumatic Headache Case Analysis

Recently I represented a young lady with severe most traumatic migraines with some minimal non disabling headaches around the time of her period. There were multiple pieces of evidence I used to counter the defense assertion the headaches were unrelated .

I used a video of a crash test car crash concussion  of a similar car showing the head forcefully hitting the airbag then recoiling and hitting the headrest.

I used before and after witnesses (friends of hers) that could say how well she was doing before the car crash AND HOW AWFUL SHE WAS AFTERWARD.

 I took the sworn statement of her treating neurologist Dr Claude Hershey, the head of Children's hospital headache center. He told how migraines can come on within 0-10 days after a collision and that findings on x-rays and CT scans and Mri's were not always present in a concussion. He mentioned a brief loss of consciousness as being significant and reviewed the car wreck photos and the mechanism of a concussion in a frontal impact collision.


The case resolved after the doctor's deposition. The take away from this for a top car accident lawyer is to gather evidence that supports your car accident concussion headache injury. The more the better. This can serve to counter the defenses the insurance company will offer to minimize your motor vehicle crash concussion migraine headache injury.  Please call today so I can help you. No obligation Free consultation 513-621-2345