The frontal lobe of the brain sits just above the eyes as is considered our emotional control center and home to our personality. Due to its location, it is very susceptible to traumatic brain injury (TBI) in car, bus or truck accidents, football or sports injuries or occupational injuries. If the frontal lobe of the brain is injured it could lead to significant personality changes, language difficulties, memory loss as well as other neurological problems. There is no other part of the brain that if injured, can lead to such a wide variety of problems or symptoms.
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) to the frontal lobe can cause the following:
Any injury to the frontal lobe after an accident, injury or faulty helmet can lead to lifelong behavioral problems, speech problems, memory deficits or motor difficulties. If you or a loved one suffered from a TBI that affected the frontal lobe of the brain you may be eligible for compensation.
Here at the Philadelphia Beasley personal injury law firm, we have successfully represented individuals who suffered from traumatic brain injuries caused by: cheerleading accidents, soccer accidents, football accidents, helmet failures, auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, brake failures, slip and falls, crane accidents, scaffolding accidents, elevator accidents, aviation accidents, marine accidents, dam accidents, rafting accidents, skiing accidents, snowboarding accidents, sledding accidents, diving accidents, work injuries, construction accidents, mechanics accidents, collegiate sports injuries, high school sports injuries, defective products, surgeries, medical malpractice, playground accidents, airbag incidents, motor vehicle accidents, and rollover accidents.
If you or a loved one has been injured, please feel free to contact one of our experienced Philadelphia brain injury lawyers, doctors or nurses for a strictly confidential and free consultation. We never take a fee unless we win your case.
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