What’s the difference between a concussion and a traumatic brain injury?

Hopkins, MN personal injury attorney, Douglas Schmidt talks about the difference between a concussion and a traumatic brain injury.

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Transcript:

Absolutely nothing a concussion is a traumatic brain injury. Some people like to think that a concussion is a mild brain injury and in a sense it is but many concussions cause long range permanent problems that last for year, psychological problems cropping up after years. We’ve had case where people have a concussion and they develop seizures after a year or two or three. A concussion is not a minor thing. The medical books might call it a mild traumatic brain injury but there’s nothing mild about many of them. Many of them go away; many don’t.