Sometimes writing about traumatic brain injury facts doesn’t get the point across well enough. Saying that more than 1.7 million cases of TBI occur every year, as the CDC has estimated, just doesn’t make most realize how many brain injuries that really is.
This is where infographics are the most helpful, when statistics are so large that they become hard for us to comprehend without some sort of visual aid. Similarly, some just have trouble remembering symptoms or side-effects of traumatic brain injury and need a reliably reference they can turn to when they suspect someone they know has suffered TBI.
I normally don’t share things I find about TBI written by law firms because they tend to be biased for obvious business reasons, but d’Oliveira & Associates created an infographic with nothing but facts, which is pretty hard to skew.