Long-Term Effects of a Traumatic Brain Injury

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The long-term effects of TBI can render victims unable to work or confine them to low-wage jobs. This is due to the reduced capacity caused by the injury. If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury, you may be able to seek financial compensation for your losses, so talk to a local personal injury lawyer today about your options. Some of the long-term effects of TBI are as follows.

Loss of Motor Skills

The frontal lobes assist the brain in controlling the body’s motor system. It sends output signals to the spinal cord, which are used to coordinate movement and move specific muscles. This can have an impact on a person’s motor skills. Such a loss may have an impact on a person’s financial future as well as their sense of usefulness.

A brain injury can also make it difficult to move freely, walk, or drive a car, which can be permanent. Fine motor skills, such as buttoning clothes, carrying objects, and avoiding falls, may be permanently lost. Physical therapy and rehabilitation can help, but serious brain injuries can have long-term effects on the victim’s mobility.

Long-Term Medical Conditions

According to research, a traumatic brain injury is not always recoverable. Many victims have long-term medical conditions that have a significant impact on their lives. Even if victims appear to be fully recovered, they may still be susceptible to certain illnesses. These include:

  • Mental disorders
  • Depression and anxiety disorders
  • Second impact syndrome
  • Brain diseases

Damage to Relationships

Brain injury can impair the ability to recognize facial expressions and recall common conversations and events. These flaws may cause people to sever previously strong bonds and make it difficult for them to form new ones with friends, family, and romantic partners. this is true even for mild TBI. because of the specialized therapy and care available.

Following a serious injury, changes in brain function may result in long-term changes in the victim’s behavior and demeanor. People who have suffered severe brain damage frequently experience changes in mood, attitude, and behavior. This is due to the limbic system’s powerful influence over emotions, thoughts, and feelings. A person who has suffered a brain injury, for example, may become irritable or moody.

Talk to an Experienced Personal Injury Lawyer

A head injury can cause long-term brain damage. This is due to the complexity of the brain. Kohan & Bablove Injury Attorneys can help you figure out your legal options. We want to assist you in focusing on your rehabilitation so that you can return to your regular routine.

While many of the long-term effects of a brain injury are irreversible, there are legal options available to help you improve your quality of life. This could include your loved ones’ financial prospects as well as their longevity and dignity. To schedule a free and confidential consultation, call 1-844-404-2400 or fill out our online contact form.