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Frontal Lobe Damage

What is Frontal Lobe Damage?

This type of damage occurs at the front portion of the brain which may cause changes in behavior or personality.  A frontal lobe injury can mean loss of certain functions such as speech and memory. This can have a knock on effect on your job and your loved ones. So if you believe that you have been in an accident that wasn’t your fault please don’t hesitate to call. We will try our absolute to give you the best advice and expertise on your claim and get the best outcome possible.

What are the symptoms?

The symptoms of a frontal lobe injury can vary in severity, but the most common symptoms are:

  • Difficulty solving problems
  • Memory loss
  • Change in behavior/emotion
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Fatigue
  • Chronic pain

The symptoms of a frontal lobe injury can be devastating and a knock on effect on other personal aspects such as work and home life. As a severe frontal lobe injury can cause financial, psychological and physical strain on an individual and their family.

What are the causes?

Frontal lobe damage can occur many ways, the main causes are:

The severity of a frontal lobe injury can vary from moderate to life threatening which can be devastating for an individual or loved one. The majority of frontal lobe injuries come from road traffic accidents whether that’s as a driver, passenger, pillion or motorcyclist. Injuries like this can also happen in a public area or simply tripping over a broken pavement.

How long does it take to recover?

Recovery from a frontal lobe injury can vary depending on the injury and the severity. As recovery can be anything from a couple of weeks to years or even it can mean a life time of treatment and rehabilitation. Any brain injury is serious and needs specialist care and attention which means that work commitments may not be able to be kept. This can result in loss of earnings or even losing your job. Sincere Law however are there for you throughout your recovery and can offer you the best treatment and physiotherapy available.

What impact does this have on your life

The impact of a frontal lobe injury can have an affect not just on your job but also your family. Suffering a severe brain injury can mean that you may not be able to play with your children, take part in activities or drive a car. This is the unfortunate reality of brain injuries and can be life changing to those who suffer from one. You or your loved one may have to alter the way you used to live. Sincere Law are here to help you get the compensation or apology that you deserve, as no one deserves to be left out of pocket for something that wasn’t their fault.

How can we help your rehabilitation

At Sincere Law we pride ourselves on giving our clients the best possible service. We have a variety of expert solicitors that are specialists in personal injury and medical negligence. From this experience and knowledge we can fight your corner in your case and get the best possible outcome for you. Sincere Law will also help you with finding the best doctors and practitioners to help you with your condition and get your life back on track.

How to make a claim

Feel free to call us for advice and guidance about your claim with no obligation on 0800 092 2896. If you prefer you can contact us on our website and request a call back at www.sincerelaw.co.uk. We aim to get back to you as soon as possible regarding your claim. All our solicitors work on a no fee no win basis so long as information is honest and correct.

 

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