- Loss of consciousness
- Nausea or vomiting
- Blurred vision
- Loss of short-term memory
- Repeating the same thing over and over, despite being told the answer each time
If the above symptoms appear minor, call your doctor and ask for medical advice. If the symptoms are severe, such as repeated vomiting or more than two minutes of unconsciousness, go to your nearest emergency room for medical attention. If you are unsure whether your symptoms are serious enough to warrant medical care, it is best to seek immediate medical attention.
When you are riding in a vehicle, keep yourself safe from concussions by always wearing a seat belt. This will help to keep your injuries as minor as possible in the case of a wreck. If you have been involved in a Bedford car wreck or have lost a loved one in a car crash, contact a Bedford car crash lawyer at The Hart Law Firm for help.