Brain Injuries and Language Disorders
When a person sustains a traumatic brain injury in a construction accident, car accident, or other such incident, the individual may develop disabilities that can dramatically affect his or her life. For instance, some victims of head trauma experience a momentary or long-term loss of language abilities. These language disabilities, which can vary depending on the location and severity of the brain injury, can affect how a person creates or understands language, fundamentally altering his or her ability to communicate effectively.
Our personal injury attorneys understand the terrible cost that traumatic brain injuries can have. That is why we are dedicated to providing victims of brain injuries in Detroit the skilled, experienced legal help they need when seeking compensation for their damages.
Language Loss Due to Traumatic Brain Injuries
Different people may experience different types of language loss after brain injuries. However, the following are three general types of language loss relating to brain damage:
- Inability to understand spoken or written language
- Inability to create spoken or written language
- Inability to write legibly due to loss of muscle control, coordination, or fine motor skills
In addition to these disabilities, a person may develop sensory disabilities that can affect language skills, such as hearing loss or vision loss. This can completely turn an individual’s life upside down, as he or she may be unable to return to work as well as participate in activities once enjoyed.
Contact a Personal Injury Lawyer from Detroit
If you or someone you love has sustained a brain injury because of someone else’s negligent or reckless conduct, we may be able to help with the process of seeking compensation for your damages. For a free consultation regarding your rights and options when filing a personal injury claim, contact an attorney from Ravid & Associates, P.C., at (248) 948-9696 today.