Nashville Memory Loss Attorneys
As people age, the reduced function of memory is a common complaint. However, when an individual suffers memory loss as a consequence of a traumatic brain injury, the matter is altogether more troubling. At its most extreme, memory loss can cause one to permanently lose treasured experiences and even their own sense of identity. More typically, however, the inhibited formation of memories or difficulty accessing existing memories are likely to occur and these can each create a number of challenges in one’s life.
The personal injury attorneys of Pohl & Berk, LLP, are passionately committed to helping clients who have suffered a traumatic brain injury due to the negligence of another party. Medical treatment, rehabilitative therapy, and other consequences can be costly and a successful civil lawsuit can help to significantly offset these expenses. To learn more about your legal rights and options, contact us at 615-277-2765 today.
Effects of Memory Loss
Properly functioning memory is integral to building and maintaining relationships, but it also plays a critical role in facilitating the performance of complex tasks such as those required in many professional capacities. The following are representative of the difficulties that may arise due to memory loss:
- Repeatedly doing something that has already been done, which could result in a medication overdose, for example
- Beginning to work on a task but forgetting what its purpose is or how to complete it
- Recalling names, important dates, or important numbers
- Forgetting words, word meanings, or appropriate social etiquette
If someone that you love has suffered a brain injury that has caused memory loss and another person was at fault, we can help you to hold them accountable. Contact the Nashville memory loss lawyers of Pohl & Berk, LLP, by calling 615-277-2765.