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The dos and don'ts following a suspected sport concussion Infographic

Infographic: The dos and don'ts following a suspected sport concussion

Head injuries, particularly concussion are often down played in sport, when players want to continue their game. But if you suspect a concussion, you must stop playing immediately and seek medical advice. Concussion is a form of brain injury and should not be taken lightly.

Most people recover from minor concussion very quickly - but we have created the below info-graphic giving useful 'dos and don'ts' to guide you on what to if you suffer a concussion whilst playing sport.

If you think you may have suffered concussion following a sporting accident, call us today on 0800 612 8196 to find out if you have grounds to make a claim for compensation.

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