The frontal lobe is a large region of the brain that starts in the front and extends about halfway toward the back. Each part of the frontal lobe controls different functions, including heart rate, breathing, reflex actions, emotions, sleep, memory, and cognition. Damage to any part of the frontal lobe can cause significant motor function disorders and behavioral changes.
If you or someone you love has a frontal lobe brain injury in Nevada, contact Attorney-Neurologist Dr. Paul Janda for a free legal consultation. We serve clients in Reno, Henderson, Las Vegas, and the surrounding Clark County areas. Frontal lobe injuries are serious and may require legal representation to obtain fair compensation. If someone else’s negligence, carelessness, or intent to harm caused your brain injury, that person may owe you money. Contact our local Nevada brain injury attorneys today for more information.
An injury to the frontal lobe could cause permanent and irrevocable brain damage. You could suffer long-term alterations in decision making, emotional responses, social cues, thinking skills, attention, problem-solving, innovation, imagination, motor function, language, spatial awareness, creative and artistic abilities, and more. It is critical to have a lawyer represent you during a serious brain injury case. A brain injury attorney can negotiate for maximum compensation during an insurance claim or lawsuit. Without a brain injury attorney, an insurance company might underestimate the true value of your frontal lobe injury and related losses.
The frontal lobe can sustain damage in many different types of accidents and circumstances. Some causes are trauma-related while others are from conditions such as dementia or stroke. Discuss your case with Attorney Dr. Paul Janda to discover whether someone may have had the power to prevent your frontal lobe injury. If so, you may have grounds for a claim against that party in Nevada.
Whether a traumatic brain injury caused your frontal lobe injury or it arose from a medical condition, contact our lawyers for legal advice. A consultation with our neurologist attorney could open your eyes to the possibility of a lawsuit. If you have grounds for a claim, bringing one with help from a lawyer could result in fair and full payment for several damages.
Bringing a personal injury claim could result in important compensation to help you and your family afford the many expenses related to a frontal lobe injury. The defendant may owe your family compensation for past medical bills, future health care, disability accommodations, lost quality or enjoyment of life, pain and suffering, emotional distress, lost wages, lost earning capacity, property repairs, and more. Speak to our Nevada brain injury attorneys to discuss what your frontal lobe injury case might be worth.
Attorney Dr. Paul Janda is a neurology lawyer specialist. His medical background can give you an edge in many important ways during a claim involving a frontal lobe injury or another type of brain injury. Discuss your case and legal options with us today at no cost or obligation. Request a free consultation by telling us about your case online or calling our Clark County law office at (702) 758-8888.