Brain Injury | Denver Colorado | Attorney John Fuller

Motor vehicle accidents can cause devastating injuries and traumatic brain injuries—especially frontal lobe injuries are some of the most debilitating injuries a person can face. If you or someone you love has suffered from a frontal lobe brain injury, it is important to understand your injury so you can be prepared for the future and all of its challenges.

The brain is generally comprised of 6 main sections:

  • The Frontal Lobe
  • The Parietal Lobe
  • The Temporal Lobes
  • The Occipital Lobe
  • The Brain Stem
  • The Cerebellum

Injuries to these areas will result in vastly different symptoms and disabilities because each of these areas is responsible for different functions. The frontal lobe is located in the forehead region and is responsible for mood, language, personality, sense of smell, attention and the ability to plan and execute those plans. Any injury to this area of the brain can lead to devastating disabilities and can directly impact nearly every aspect of a person’s life, including the ability to maintain relationships.

A frontal lobe injury can be severe or it can mild, depending on the accident and the forces the brain had to withstand. Even if there was no direct blow to the head, such as severe whiplash, a victim can still sustain a serious traumatic frontal lobe brain injury.

In general, a person who sustains a frontal lobe injury may have difficulty speaking, concentrating, planning complicated steps, interacting with others, problem solving and making decisions. In addition, you may notice paralysis or partial paralysis in certain areas and extreme mood and personality changes. If you notice any of these symptoms after an accident, it is important to seek medical attention immediately. Fast medical treatment is the best way to prevent symptoms and disabilities from becoming permanent.

A traumatic brain injury can leave victims with permanent disabilities that prevent them from working, enjoying life to the fullest and maintaining relationships. If your frontal lobe injury is the result of another person’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation for medical expenses, loss of work and pain and suffering. In addition, if your frontal lobe injury has caused permanent disabilities, your Colorado personal injury attorney will be able to help you file for Social Security and disability benefits, as well as workman’s compensation– if you were injured on the job.

Your Denver Injury Case is our Cause

We personally work with you throughout the duration of your case in pursuit of the compensation you need and deserve. Damages in personal injury cases include economic, non-economic, and punitive damages. In many cases, we have successfully obtained economic damages for the tangible money lost due to an accident including medical bills of all types, co-pays, deductibles, mileage, lost wages, loss of earnings and the reduced value of your car or other property. We also have been successful in obtaining non-economic damages such as pain and suffering, scarring, disfigurement, loss of quality of life and loss of consortium. Finally, in some cases we are able to obtain punitive damages that punish the defendant – often a company – for the behavior that caused the injury or damage.

Our cases include:

  • Auto Accidents, commercial truck accidents and any motor vehicle accident
  • Wrongful Death
  • Slip and Falls on public and private property
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Product Liability
  • Lien Treatment for hospital expenses, insurance bad faith, and other issues that arise in accident cases
  • Uninsured/Underinsured Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Medical Malpractice, legal malpractice and any professional conduct that causes harm

Contact an Aurora Injury Attorney

Contact John R. Fuller by phone, fax or e-mail today to schedule your free initial consultation and learn how we can get you the fair treatment you deserve. Our firm is available 24/7 to discuss the details of your case.

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