A concussion results from a blow to the head, which can occur because of a car accident, a slip and fall injury, and many other situations. While concussions are often mild, serious complications may occur that can sometimes have lifelong effects. The Mayo Clinic explains more about concussions and what to look out for if you've recently experienced a head injury.
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A traumatic injury that produces internal bleeding is usually serious enough that the victim seeks medical help right away or the injury incapacitates the victim and someone on the scene calls for emergency assistance. However, it is possible for a person to suffer internal bleeding from a less severe injury but not be aware there is a problem. Pay attention to these symptoms that may indicate that medical help in Pennsylvania should be sought at once for internal bleeding.
When people go to visit places in Pennsylvania, they are relying on the groundskeepers and maintenance workers to upkeep the surrounding areas so they can enjoy the attractions without being at risk of serious bodily harm. There are times, however, when people may experience a personal injury that they feel could have been entirely preventable if adequate measures were implemented to protect visitors of specific attractions.