Richardson, wife of actor Liam Neeson, and star of such films as The Handmaid’s Tale and The Parent Trap, suffered a minor fall while skiing on March 16, 2009. Although the actress refused medical treatment and was initially reported to be in good condition, Richardson soon complained of a headache, and slipped into unconsciousness. Two days later, Richardson died from an epidural hematoma.
Any type of head injury is reason to be concerned. If you or a family member has suffered a mild head injury in an auto accident in Maryland or in another mishap, please do not delay seeking medical care. Natasha Richardson developed a headache within an hour of her minor fall, and a few hours later she lost consciousness—never to awaken. If you have recently suffered a blow to the head, contact a physician for a full examination if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:
• Behavioral Changes
• Sleep Disturbances
If you have any questions or concerns about injuries suffered in a car accident or other mishap, please contact the experienced Maryland brain injury attorneys of Meng & Alpert, LLC at 866-444-6363. With over three decades of personal injury and auto accident litigation experience, the lawyers at Meng & Alpert, LLC have an extensive knowledge of the true costs that an injury accident levies on the accident victim and his or her friends and family.
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