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Traumatic Brain Injury

The CDC defines a TBI as “a bump, blow or jolt to the head or a penetrating head injury that disrupts the normal function of the brain.”

That disruption could cause any number of symptoms, including:

  • Loss of consciousness
  • Disorientation or dizziness
  • An inability to remember or to concentrate
  • Severe headache
  • Sensory problems such as light/sound sensitivity, blurred vision, ear ringing, or slurred speech
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Moodiness or combativeness
  • Depression or anxiety
  • Extreme drowsiness


From 2002 to 2006, falls caused the highest number of traumatic brain injuries (50.2 percent in children under age 14, and 60.7 percent in adults over age 65), according to the CDC’s Emergency Department Visits, Hospitalizations and Deaths 2002–2006 report. Car accidents caused the highest number of TBI-related deaths.

If someone else’s actions or negligence caused you to suffer a traumatic brain injury, attorney Chris Mellino welcomes you to contact our Cleveland office for a free consultation.

“What Makes You Different from Other Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyers in Cleveland?”

With three decades of experience advocating for clients in Cleveland, Ohio, personal injury attorney Chris Mellino has built a formidable network of experts who will help build a strong case on your behalf. Mellino believes that a smaller, skillful, and well-connected law firm achieves better results.

Also, he says, “The fact that I enjoy what I’m doing I think makes a difference. … People who genuinely enjoy what they’re doing makes a difference in the way they treat the clients, the way they handle the cases, and in how successful they are.”

The traumatic brain injury attorneys at Mellino Law Firm have dealt with many cases like yours, so we understand the impact a TBI can have on both victims and their families. If we take your case, we not only provide critical legal advice at every stage of your personal injury claim, we put you in touch with resources who can get you the therapy, treatment, and equipment you need.

For more information, please visit our TBI lawsuit and information page. For a free consultation, please contact us or call 855-801-3800.