Here are three scenarios to consider:Scenario #1: Youre driving from point A to point B. Everything is fine until something happens you never expect: another car comes out of nowhere, a person or an object is in the middle of the road, and you have to swerve to miss it and you get into a car accident.Scenario #2: Youre playing a sport like football which entails a level of contact (either organized or just playing with friends), and another player gives you a good hit either expectedly or unexpectedly.Scenario #3: Youre walking in a grocery store (for example), and you are walking in the dairy isle. The floor is white, but everything seems normal until you slip and fall on spilled milk that wasnt cleaned up completely.A car accident. A sports injury. A slip and fall. All three of these scenarios have one thing in common: they all can cause brain injuries that can cause conditions like concussions, contusions or hematomas. No matter how a traumatic brain injury caused, they all need to be diagnosed quickly and treated effectively to prevent further complications.As you recover, think about what happened to cause your traumatic brain injury. If you believe your head injury wasnt caused by you, think about hiring an experienced brain injury attorney to handle your case. While you heal, let us handle the headache of dealing with an insurance company who may be trying to take advantage of you.