Connecticut Frontal Occipital Damage Attorney
At the Connecticut brain injury law firm of Polinsky Law Group LLC, Attorneys At Law in Hartford, we understand that a severe brain lobe injury affects everyone differently. The physical, mental and economic impact on victims and their families can affect them forever. The mission of our experienced personal injury attorneys in this type of catastrophic injury case is to obtain maximum compensation from any and all potentially liable parties, for our clients. Contact us to learn how we can help you seek justice and just compensation today.
Our firm understands the complex nature of different brain injuries, including:
Frontal Lobe Brain Injuries: This part of the brain is the largest lobe and rests within a bone pocket at the front of the skull allowing it to move freely during impact. It is responsible for high-level thinking, judgment, personality expression, primary motor function and speech processing. A traumatic brain injury here can result in inability to form words, physical paralysis, difficulty making decisions or spontaneously interacting with others.
Temporal Lobe Brain Injuries: Positioned just behind the frontal lobe, the temporal lobe can also shift within the skull, making this area of the brain susceptible to permanent damage, due to back and forth movement against the hard skull bone. Injury in this area of the brain can result in perception, speech, sight, attention and memory loss problems.
Occipital Lobe Brain Injuries: The lobe is located at the back of the brain and is supported by the rear portion of the skull. Dividing this main visual cortex is a fissure running down the center of the lobe, with cells on either side that translate the neural signals from your eyes into images. Severe occipital damage impacts vision, from trouble finding objects, and word recognition to color processing, hallucinating and site loss.
Parietal Lobe Brain Injuries: Perhaps the least understood part of the brain, this lobe lies between the temporal lobe and the parietal bone forming the top of the skull. It is believed to be vital to the processing of sensory information from around the body. Head injuries here can produce problems with object-recognition, visual attention, body-part awareness and trouble determining right from left and other relative thought processing.
Brain lobe injury impacts ability to earn a living, communicate effectively, enjoy social situations, balance a check book, and remember people’s names or faces. If the negligent actions of another compromise your quality of life, our skilled brain injury attorneys can help ensure you find the support and financial resources to move forward with life.
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Contact our Hartford, Connecticut, offices today about a free evaluation of your situation. We handle all personal injury claims on a contingency fee basis. If you don’t recover money for your claim, you will not pay attorney’s fees for our services.
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