Louisiana Sports Fans See LeBron James’ Head Injury And Other Eye-Popping Events

June 17, 2015 | J. Price McNamara
Louisiana Sports Fans See LeBron James’ Head Injury And Other Eye-Popping Events

Louisiana sports fans got quite an eyeful last week when watching game four of the NBA finals. During a tense moment in the game, superstar LeBron James fell into a broadcast camera during a play and received several cuts to his head. Fans held their breath as James fell onto the floor holding his head. Ultimately, the injury, did not stop LeBron from finishing the game. After pulling himself up off of the floor, LeBron had his cuts glued so that he could continue playing. To help him along, the crowd was treated to a heart-warming kiss from Lebron’s mother after the incident. However, this was not all that happened during the NBA finals game. Evidently, another rather unsavory event was also recorded during the game between the Lebron’s team the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors. The broadcast channel ABC reportedly also showed LeBron privates. Allegedly, fans reported that the cringe-inducing event happened during a filing spot wherein ABC showed LeBron adjusting his shorts. In the end, the fourth game of the popular NBA series proved to be very competitive and fans got their money’s worth despite LeBron’s unfortunate drama during the game. Many fans in the Louisiana area and across the nation are now placing bets as to whether LeBron’s headband will make a comeback now that his has a head injury.

Facts About Head Injuries

Lebron was able to laugh off his head injury and return to his job. Unfortunately, many head injury victims are not so lucky. According to studies, more than five million people are currently suffering from brain injuries in the United States. Additionally, about 1.7 million new brain injuries are reported every year. What many people think may be a simple head injury can often actually be a brain injury. Brain injury, is defined as damage to the brain which can affect physical, emotional or behavior of the injured party. Brain injuries can happen at birth, or later, from an illness or a trauma, and are called either traumatic or non-traumatic, depending on the specific cause.

Symptoms Of Brain Injury

Here are some of the symptoms that brain injury suffers often experience after their injury:
  • changes in sensory perception
  • balance problems
  • changes in sleep patterns
  • blurred vision
  • headaches
  • seizures
  • difficulty swallowing or speaking
  • inability to control bowel and bladder
  • changes in sexual function
  • motor impairment

Emotional Changes Patients Can Experience

  • disorientation
  • depression
  • confusion
  • personality changes
  • reduced attention span
  • difficulty forming sentences or choosing vocabulary
  • trouble communicating
  • acting inappropriately
  • memory impairments
  • poor concentration
  • mood swings
  • difficulty remembering conversations/forgetfulness

J. Price McNamara Can Help With Your Louisiana Head Injury Case

If you suspect that you or someone you know has suffered a head or brain injury, you need to contact a qualified legal professional immediately. The law limits the time you have to file a lawsuit, so there is no time to waste! J. Price McNamara is a skilled and experienced attorney in Louisiana who has helped many head injury clients. Attorney McNamara and his talented team can help you get the compensation you deserve for your head injuries, so don’t wait to seek legal help. Call us now for your head injury consultation and find out how J. Price McNamara can help you and your family.
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Losing my own brother, then my father and sister after long, disabling illnesses just a few months apart drove a career change for me. Before that experience, I never truly understood the place you’re in. I never understood the dramatic impact that receiving (or not receiving) the disability and life insurance benefits you paid for and counted on can have on your life especially when you need to focus on family and healing. What I experienced with my own family now drives the way I view my clients and my work, and I will never forget it!

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