After an accident, brain injury can occur, which often times leads to long-term effects including motor damage and certain neurological diseases.
Brain injuries can affect cognitive, physical and psychological skills. In addition to the direct symptoms and effects of a brain injury, such as loss of consciousness, mental confusion and blurred vision, numerous long-term effects may develop over time.
Post-Injury Problems of Brain Injury from Car Accident
- Parkinson’s Disease – Parkinson’s, a chronic and progressive disorder, may develop after a brain injury as a result of damage to the basal ganglia, a brain structure that controls movement.
- Alzheimer’s Disease – the more severe the head injury, the higher the chances are of developing Alzheimer’s disease, a progressive, neurodegenerative disease.
- Dementia – dementia, which is characterized by long-term memory problems, can result from accidents that cause a coma-inducing brain injury.
Life can change in the blink of an eye when you or a loved one is involved in a car accident. Getting the best medical treatment available, both immediate and long-term, is vital to maintaining the highest possible degree of health.
To seek compensation for injuries sustained in a car accident, including long-term medical treatments, speak with a Florida brain injury attorney. You shouldn’t have to worry about paying for expensive medical treatments when someone else may be to blame for your injuries.
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