Brain Injury Claim Lawyers - TBI Compensation Canada


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The consequences of traumatic brain injury depend on the location of the injury and on the severity of the injury. A person can have as little an injury as a concussion or as severe an injury as one leading to prolonged loss of consciousness. Falls, sports injuries, motor vehicle injuries, recreational injuries and motorcycle injuries can all cause traumatic brain injury that is persistent. When a person has a sustained injury, they often need physical therapy to help recover the aspects of daily living they lost. Young people and the elderly are most likely to have residual injuries. In almost all cases you should discuss your situation with a brain injury claim lawyer to establish whether or not you have a potential claim for a compensation settlement.

Legal Advice

In some cases, you may need to seek legal advice from a brain injury lawyer with a view to making a personal injury compensation claim for any residual problems, especially if the injury was due to the negligence of another person. You should seek the advice of a qualified lawyer who specializes in personal injury cases with expertise in traumatic brain injury and head trauma damages. It is free to see the lawyer until you get paid for your injuries.

Frontal Lobe Damage

If the frontal lobe is injured, the area involved is the forehead region. It can result in body paralysis of some body parts and the individual loses their ability to plan ahead. There can be a loss of personal spontaneity and the person can have a single thought that does not go away, a phenomenon called perseveration. Social behavior and mood are affected and this can last for a long time. A particular type of aphasia called Broca’s aphasia can occur with a frontal lobe injury.

Parietal Lobe Damage

If the parietal lobe is damaged, the back and the top of the head are damaged. Problems with attention can occur and you can have problems naming objects. You can have problems writing, a condition called agraphia. Left or right can be difficult to tell apart. Problems with mathematics can occur, a condition known as dyscalculia and your awareness of the body parts in space can be difficult.

Occipital Lobe Danage

The occipital lobe can be damaged. This involves damage to the back of the head. This is the visual center of the brain and you can have visual field cuts or blurry vision. You can have difficulty in identifying colors, a condition called color agnosia. There can be visual illusions, word blindness or hallucinations. You may have problems recognizing movement of objects and can be unable to read or write.

Temporal Lobe Damage

The temporal lobe is the part of the brain on the side of the head. If you have damage to this part of the brain, you can have problems recognizing faces or problems understanding speech, a condition called Wernicke’s aphasia. Memory loss is common and there can be damage to the desire for sexual behavior or an increase in sexual behavior. A person can be very aggressive with a temporal lobe injury.

Brainstem Injuries

Brainstem injuries can be serious because they affect the breathing centers of the brain. Swallowing can be seriously affected and balance/movement can be harmed. You can have dizziness, nausea, insomnia and sleep apnea.

Cerebellum Damage

The cerebellum is located at the back and base of the skull. It is involved in the coordination of movements. Walking is difficult if you have problems with the cerebellum. You can be dizzy and have tremors of the arms and legs.

Brain Injury Claim Lawyers

Our brain injury claim lawyers are experts who deal with personal injury compensation settlements using a contingent fee arrangement which means that if you don’t succeed in claiming damages you pay nothing at all. Our brain injury lawyers offer advice at no cost with no further obligation and will tell you there and then whether or not we believe that you have a viable claim and the anticipated potential financial settlement.

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