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Types of Head Injuries Caused by Albuquerque Big Rig Crashes in New Mexico

Serious Albuquerque big rig crashes could cause very serious head injuries. This is obvious based on the sheer size and weight of large big rigs like 18 wheelers, semi tractor trailers, double trailers, and other box trucks. This is particularly true on fast moving highways like interstates such as I-40, I-25, or I-10 where these big rigs can generate serious momentum due to their mass and speed. Thus, head injuries from big rig crashes in New Mexico can result in catastrophic and debilitating conditions on a victim.

Here at the NM Truck Accident Attorneys, our experienced New Mexico trucking accident lawyer has handled many head injury cases from Albuquerque big rig crashes. We can work with you, your family, your medical providers, crash experts, and individuals who can be used to help prove your case and your injuries. Learn how we can help by dialing (505) 883-5000 for a FREE appointment.

Types of Head Injuries Due to Albuquerque Big Rig Crashes

There are many different types of head injuries which could be caused by Albuquerque big rig crashes. These could be very serious types of head injuries which could result in debilitating conditions which permanently affect a person's ability to hold a job and daily activities. Some common head injuries which could be caused due to New Mexico trucking crash include the following:

  • Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) - these are very serious brain injuries which could affect the ability of an individual to function cognitively. This could result in severe injuries where an individual could be unable to care for himself or herself. Other TBIs could result in debilitating headaches or migraines, severe memory loss, focus issues, language problems, thought process issues, and many other problems.
  • Orbital Blowout fractures - this is when the orbital bone surrounding and below the eye is fractured. This causes the eye to sink into the socket which could be damaged from the broken bone. These fractures almost always need hardware to repair the damage to ensure the eye is protected and in proper position.
  • Cranial nerve injuries - the cranial nerves are wrapped around the head and are very important and imperative in the functioning of an individual's face and mouth. The cranial nerves are also shallow to the skin of the patient, which means that they are particularly susceptible to injury.
  • Significant disfigurement - injuries from high speed New Mexico trucking accidents could cause catastrophic scarring and disfigurement to a person's face. This could result in horrific injuries which cause horrible damage.

If You Suffered a Head Injury From Albuquerque Big Rig Crashes, Please Call Our Law Firm

Call to schedule a FREE appointment with our experienced Albuquerque big rig crash lawyer to learn what we can do for you. We handle cases throughout New Mexico, including in Lordsburg, Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Roswell, or anywhere else. Call the NM Truck Accident Attorneys by dialing (505) 883-5000 to learn how we can help. You can also contact us on our website through the easy to use and convenient Contact box located by clicking here.

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