Signs of Brain Injury in Children
The first steps, first word, and other milestones are some of the great joys of parenthood during a baby’s first years. But what if a child doesn’t seem to be developing at the pace you would expect? Though some children are simply late bloomers and ultimately grow up healthy, others could struggle due to a serious brain injury.
If you suspect that your child has suffered some form of trauma affecting his or her development, share your concerns with the family doctor. The symptoms of a severe brain injury might not be obvious until a child is old enough to begin experiencing speech problems, motor difficulties, and other issues.
If your child has suffered a brain injury and you believe someone else is responsible, please contact Colling Gilbert Wright & Carter or call (407) 712-7300 today. Our Florida injury lawyers will discuss your case for free and provide qualified guidance on building your claim.