Parietal Lobe Brain Injury

The Lives of Brain Injury Victims and Their Families Can Be Changed Forever

In general, the location and severity of a brain injury will determine the type and extent of the damage caused and the disability incurred. The parietal lobe is located above the temporal lobe and its primary responsibilities are sensory assimilation and visual-spatial processing. Damage to this area of the brain may result in a variety of symptoms, including but not limited to

  • Problems with hand-eye coordination
  • Issues remembering or reading words
  • Loss of body awareness
  • Difficulty identifying shapes or sensation such as cold and hot

Mild traumatic brain injuries to the parietal lobe can be difficult to diagnose. However, even mild traumatic brain injuries to the parietal lobe can affect an individual’s ability to function, continue working, or enjoy life.

It is important to contact an experienced Colorado brain injury attorney. Although a lawyer is not generally medically qualified, the best brain injury attorneys in Colorado have contacts with a variety of experts that can ensure you receive the treatment you need. The Aurora personal injury attorneys at Norton | Bowers | Hofstra, P.C., can work with your insurance company and doctors to ensure that you receive the treatment you want and need. The proper diagnosis of a parietal lobe brain injury is critical to both your treatment and obtaining the maximum compensation for your losses.

In addition to working with medical experts, your Colorado brain injury attorney will need to evaluate your case and put the responsible party, and his or her insurer, on notice of your injuries. Ultimately, the party responsible for causing your parietal lobe injury is also responsible for your expenses, wage loss, and loss of enjoyment of life.

At Norton | Bowers | Hofstra, P.C., we work with medical, financial, and rehabilitative experts to explain the full extent of your brain injury and losses. This will ensure that the at-fault party, the insurance adjusters, their attorneys, and sometimes a judge or jury take your case seriously so that you are fully compensated for your losses.

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Parietal Lobe Brain Injury

For dependable legal advice, and skilled representation in a brain injury case, contact the Aurora, Colorado personal injury attorneys at Norton | Bowers | Hofstra, P.C., by calling 303-400-8100. Home, evening, and weekend visits are available.