Brain injuries can result from many different types of accidents, such as motor vehicle accidents or a slip and fall. In these cases, it's possible that another party was negligent in causing the injury. It's crucial that those with a Brain Injury seek immediate medical care and treatment. If the appropriate care isn't given promptly, the Brain Injury can worsen and even be deadly. If this occurs, it could be negligence on the part of the doctor or medical staff, depending on when treatment was sought. If the Brain Injury victim survives, their life may never be the same. They may experience ongoing life-long seizures, memory loss, depression, and personality changes. They may need constant help caring for themselves. Not only are they suffering, but someone has to pick up the tab for these types of injuries. Suppose a Brain Injury victim or their family member thinks another party could be liable for their injury. In that case, it's essential to contact a knowledgeable medical malpractice attorney as soon as possible.