The frontal lobe is an important part of the brain that controls no only emotions, but also the personalities of individuals. If this sector of the brain is damaged, then a number of symptoms can emerge. Changes in behavior are just one of the changes that you may notice.
Personal injuries come in many forms, some of which are incredibly serious. When you're in a car accident or hurt as a pedestrian or cyclist, the injuries you suffer can be life-changing. Some of these injuries can heal over time, but others may require a lifetime of rehabilitation or care.
What may seem like a minor injury often is anything but that when it involves a blow to the head. As doctors are learning, there really is no such diagnosis as a "minor concussion," and traumatic brain injuries can affect every facet of an injured person's life.
One of the most unfortunate repercussions of an auto accident is an amputation. Whether it occurs traumatically at the scene or is done surgically later, anyone who loses a limb has extensive rehabilitative and psychological hurdles to overcome.
The best way to deal with a dog bite is to avoid getting bitten in the first place. If that sounds simplistic, consider this. Most dogs do everything in their power to communicate their intentions to you before resorting to biting. Below are some tips to help you from becoming a dog bite statistic.
Imagine someone throwing rocks at your vehicle as you drive 70 mph or even more quickly on the highway. At those speeds, you'd be seriously hurt by the act. That's what happened in this case out of Pennsylvania.
When oxygen can't get to your brain, it begins to starve. During this process, brain cells die, leaving you with injuries that few can predict. If you go too long without oxygen, the damage can result in a coma or death.
Scars and disfigurement are some of the hardest kinds of personal injuries to live with. You're reminded that you look different, talk different because of how your face is shaped, or even that you may not be able to smile or smell something you used to enjoy. Whether this injury took place because of an explosion at work or a car crash caused by someone who was distracted, you have and deserve the right to be treated with the best medical attention available.
If you have a pending personal injury case in the Pennsylvania courts, chances are good that you will be approached with a settlement offer.
At Silvers, Langsam & Weitzman, PC, we lead our clients through their personal injury cases by advising them and educating them about their legal rights and options during every step of their legal proceedings. Not only does this help us build a strong relationship of trust and confidence with our clients, but it also may help them achieve a suitable and appropriate result in their cases.