Having a brain injury can affect people differently. There can be immediate memory loss, short-term memory loss or long term memory loss. The three different ways cause different problems in and of themselves.
You may feel angry one minute and literally happy-go-lucky the next. You may not remember what you said a second ago, but you can name what you had for lunch in the sixth grade. One statement that those with short-term memory loss make is that the day seems to literally fly by because they don't remember what they did.
Perhaps you had a slip and fall or suffered an accident at a construction site or were in a car accident. Do you need compensation because, through no fault of your own, you are now suffering from some sort of memory loss that prevents you from working? If so, The Boettcher, Ingle, Devinney & Wicker Law Group can assist. We have over 65 years of combined experience in dealing with this issue. We have a team of professionals who can help you, too, by assessing your abilities and can help diagnose your injury.
One additional symptom is that you may suffer some sort of paralysis. Another one is that you can have extreme pain or discomfort because of your brain injury. Do you suffer from loss of feeling somewhere in your body? Or have you lost your vision, part of your hearing or other important bodily functions? As mentioned before, you may have uncontrollable mood swings and have a personality change that you are bewildered over.
Having the facts from an experienced attorney can be helpful. Knowing the answer can give you some semblance of peace because you are holding the person or company who caused this responsible.