Sustaining a head injury can have more devastating repercussions than just a bump on the noggin or a dull headache. Concussions occur when a person’s head comes into contact with a significant force. Although one concussion may not seriously affect your wellbeing; repeated concussions can have long term consequences.

If you or someone you know has suffered from a concussion because of another party’s negligence or recklessness, you may be eligible to receive compensation for your losses. Contact an Oklahoma concussion attorney at the Abel Law Firm to discuss your legal options. Call 1-800-739-2235 today to schedule a free case evaluation.


If you have sustained a head injury and are experiencing one or more of the following symptoms, you may be suffering from a concussion:

  • Loss of consciousness
  • Severe headache
  • Memory loss
  • Nausea/vomiting
  • Confusion
  • Unequally sized pupils

Treating a concussion depends on the severity. If you have sustained a serious head injury, however, it is recommended that you seek emergency medical care to evaluate your condition.

Multiple Concussions

Most people will sustain at least one concussion during their lifetime. Generally, one concussion will not have long-term consequences; however, the more concussions sustained, the more likely you are to suffering from more severe side-effects.

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If you have been victimized by another party’s negligence or recklessness, they may be liable for your losses. For more information about how to pursue legal action, contact the Oklahoma head injury attorneys of the Abel Law Firm at 1-800-739-2235.

Ed Abel Named Oklahoma City Personal Injury Litigator of the Year

Ed Abel was awarded the Litigator of the Year award as recognition of his tremendous success in the courtroom defending the lives of Oklahomans, and his unique service as a true son of the State of Oklahoma. He has won some of the largest verdicts in Oklahoma's history, and he and his team have successfully argued against harmful tort reform laws in the state Supreme Court. His impact is so widespread across the state that Governor Mary Fallin declared May 1st as "Ed Abel Day."

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