Every year, Gila Bend head injuries cause both serious permanent and temporary injuries as well as death. According to the Brain Injury Association of Arizona (BIAA), males between the ages of 14 and 24 are at the highest risk for sustaining a serious head injury because they participate in a larger number of risky activities and behaviors. At present, more than 45,000 residents of Arizona are living with the effects of a serious head injury and the number continues to rise each year. Annually, reports indicate that nearly 28,000 people are treated for head injuries in the emergency room, and of those treated, 6,000 are admitted to the hospital and another 1,400 die from complications.
What Causes Gila Bend Head Injuries
Gila Bend head injuries can be caused a wide variety of accidents. Some of the most common accidents that cause head injuries include: