What to Do If I’m Suffering from Recurring Headaches after a Bicycle Accident

Many people don’t realize that bicycle crashes can result in serious injuries, especially if a vehicle is involved. It is common for cyclists to sustain minor to major injuries. This includes everything from cuts and scrapes to broken bones to permanent disability and paralysis.

These are the steps you need to take if you suffer from constant headaches after a bicycle accident.

Consult Your Doctor

If you experience frequent headaches after a bike accident, you must see your doctor. Recurrent headaches could indicate other health issues. Take, for example:

    • There are many causes of blood vessel inflammation, including strokes.
    • It is possible to feel low or high intracranial pressure.
    • Meningitis and other infections could be a possibility.
  • Brain damage could be possible.
  • A mild, moderate, or severe traumatic head injury could occur.
  • A concussion or post-concussion syndrome could be a possibility.

What is considered frequent recurring headaches? Experts say that if you experience more than two headaches per week after a bicycle accident, you should visit your doctor.

Avoid Things That You Know Will Trigger Your Headaches

Talking to your doctor about the injury will help you avoid triggers that can cause headaches. It’s possible to avoid triggers and avoid constant headaches.

Consult Your Attorney

An attorney can help you claim compensation for your past and future medical bills, property damage, and lost wages. This is dependent on whether another party is responsible for your headaches. An attorney can help you determine fault and help to establish if you are eligible for compensation.

If you suffer from recurring headaches following a bicycle accident, you can sue. You can sue for whiplash, concussions, and traumatic brain injuries if someone negligently caused your bicycle accident.

This post was written by Kelly-Ann Jenkins of Jenkins Law P.L. Kelly-Ann is a St Petersburg car accident lawyer. She focuses on personal injury, car accidents, and bicyclist injuries. The information on this site is not intended to and does not offer legal advice, legal recommendations, or legal representation on any matter. Hiring an attorney is an important decision, which should not be based on advertising. You need to consult an attorney for legal advice regarding your situation.

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