What are the disabilities associated with traumatic brain injury?
Basically, it depends on what type of injury the brain suffered, the location of the injury (which may be localized or diffused affecting many functions), and the degree of the impairment. Frequently these injuries impair one or more of the following areas: (1) cognition: attention/concentration, memory, perception, judgment, information processing, abstract concepts, time and space relationship, reading and writing skills, and mood; (2) movement abilities: strength, endurance, coordination, tremors, swallowing problems, and balance; (3) sensation: tactile sensation and special senses such as vision. No lawyer can tell you at the beginning of your claim how much your case is worth until he or she has all the medical records, bills and wage loss analysis in hand. However, by calling 800-437-2571 anytime and explaining the specific circumstances of your accident and injuries, one of our experienced personal injury attorneys, may be able to give you a “ball park figure,” or if you prefer,
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