Every traumatic brain injury (TBI) is different. Some people suffer lasting and debilitating consequences while others experience temporary and minor effects. Following are some of the most common effects of a TBI:
- Problems with attention and arousal
- Difficulty with communication and language
- Problems with Communication and Language
- Short-term memory loss
- Long-term memory loss
- Reduced cognitive ability
- Compromised visual and auditory perception
- Lessened reasoning ability
- Diminished judgment and problem-solving ability
- Changes in social behavior
Victims who have suffered a Kentucky brain injury can experience some of all of these consequences in varying degrees of severity. Sometimes, they present themselves right away. Other times, they appear unexpectedly, compromising the life of the accident victim. Doctors may not know if the debilitating effects are temporary or permanent.
If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury due to a Louisville car crash or some other accident caused by the negligence of another party, contact a Kentucky brain injury attorney at Gray & White Law right away. Our compassionate and experienced attorneys have a strong record of accomplishment helping accident victims obtain compensation for their injuries—they may be able to help you too. Contact our office at 888-450-4456 to schedule your complimentary case evaluation. Alternatively, you may wish to fill out the contact form on our website so that we can contact you. We will carefully review your case, answer your questions, and help you to understand your legal options. Call us today—you have nothing to lose and everything to gain.