I was never knocked unconscious, or at least can't be sure I was ever knocked out. I don't even know if my head struck anything. Could I suffer from a brain injury/closed head injury? | Shapiro, Washburn & Sharp

It is well documented that brain injury, closed head injury, and concussion can occur without the skull striking any object, and brain injury is well documented in persons that were never knocked unconscious.
Memory problems, slight behavior changes, and many other signs, can possibly indicate brain injury.  Please review our website discussions of brain injury cases and case results.  We have worked with top experts in the field and handled significant brain injury cases.  Call us for a free consultation.

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