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What is hypoxic brain injury?

by James Holliday, posted in Brain Injury, Florida Case Law

What is hypoxic brain injury?

Hypoxic brain injury is a lack of oxygen to the brain. We often see hypoxic brain injury in near-drowning cases, where someone survives the drowning event, but they end up having life-altering, loss of sensation and memory problems. In order to properly work up and to protect our client, you have to get a life care planner involved. Someone that will spend their time and put out documented medically. All the needs that you will need over the course of your whole life because we only get one try in a case like this.

Here at Holliday Karatinos, we’ve helped people recover to their best extent possible for brain injury cases for people that live inside and outside the state of Florida. If you or a loved one has suffered a hypoxic brain injury, please come in and meet with me and we’ll figure out whether you have a case together.

Jim Holliday

Jim Holliday has recovered millions of dollars for his clients in restitution for their injuries.

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