Frontal Lobe Injury After an Accident

The frontal lobe is a part of the brain that is thought to have evolved the last. This is a ball of fatty tissue located on each side of the head, just above the eyes and behind the forehead. The frontal lobe is responsible for personality as well as executive function such as cognition and decision-making. It thus makes it an integral part of one’s life, and damage to it can lead to serious health consequences.

 

 

Were you in an Indiana car accident and suffered frontal lobe injury? If the accident was caused by a drunk, careless or distracted driver, you may be able to sue for money damages. Please call us today on 877-561-3004 for your free and confidential consultation into Indiana car crashes.

 

How The Frontal Lobe Sustains Trauma

The frontal lobe often suffers trauma in car accidents via a number of ways. For example, a crash may send your head flying into the windshield, steering wheel, dashboard or the back of a seat, leading to this sensitive part of the brain coming into contact with a hard surface at high speed. This can cause the brain in itself to ricochet within the skull, causing serious head injuries.

 

Here are some of the symptoms of frontal lobe injury after a car accident:

  1. Unrelenting dizziness
  2. Excruciating headache
  3. Personality changes
  4. Extreme anger
  5. Severe mood swings
  6. Poor memory
  7. Impaired self-control
  8. Changes in sexual behavior
  9. Poor focus
  10. Motor control issues
  11. Changes in vision

 

CT Scan for Brain Injury

Regardless of the severity of your Indiana car accident, it is important to see a doctor as soon as possible and have them order a CT scan to determine whether you suffered frontal lobe injury. In addition, should any of the symptoms listed above become apparent, see a doctor immediately as these kinds of injuries may lead to irreversible complications.

 

Treatment for Frontal Lobe Injury

Head trauma after a car accident isn’t something that resolves on its own. In addition, you may not regain full faculties for a very long time, so it is important to be patient and work with specialized doctors. On top of that, you will need ongoing treatment and multiple surgeries, all of which will cost thousands of dollars. If someone else put you in that position due to their alcoholism or their phone use while driving, we see no reason why you should foot your medical bills.

 

Indiana Car Accident Attorney

Suffered a serious brain injury after an accident? Please call us today on 877-561-3004 for your free consultation so we can help you prepare a suit to recover money damages that will go a long way in paying for your medical bills as well as non-economic damages such as pain and suffering. We look forward to hearing from you. 

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