If you know someone who has experienced a frontal lobe injury, you are probably trying everything you can to help him recover. Unfortunately, this type of injury can cause a long and difficult recovery—and depending on the full extent of the injury, he may never be the same person he was before the accident.
A frontal lobe injury in Louisville may cause problems with:
- Concentration, including attention deficits, an inability focus, or wandering away during long conversations
- Communication, such as difficulty speaking, or understanding what is being said
- Organization, such as an inability to make plans or put daily tasks in the correct order
- Bodily movements, including pacing, twitching, spasming, or controlling different body parts
- Mental agility, such as multitasking or switching thought processes
- Personality changes, including mania (sudden impulsive or risky behavior) or anger
- Loss of inhibitions, causing non-socially-acceptable behavior
- Depression or other emotional disturbances as victims cope with their condition
- Self-awareness (victims may not notice distinct changes in their own behavior)
The effects of a frontal lobe injury are not only serious, but they are also often permanent. Victims may be unlikely to earn their own living after a head injury—and if they are able to work, they will usually suffer a severe reduction in their earning capacity.
If someone you love suffered a serious head injury, the Louisville brain injury lawyers at Gray and White can explain your legal options at no cost to you. Call us today at 800.634.8767 or fill out the contact form on the top of this page to set up your FREE, one-on-one consultation.