2/23/2012Because the brain is complicated, victims of brain injuries could have problems with the following:
- Memory problems, including short-term and long-term memory loss
- Attention problems
- Difficulty processing information
- Issues with organization
- Decision-making and judgment problems
After a Sarasota car crash causes any type of brain injury to a victim, rehabilitation is needed to overcome memory problems. Because no two brain injuries are the same, people require different rehabilitation programs. One victim of a brain injury may have a shorter or longer course of rehab than another person with a similar injury.
Victims of brain injuries can help improve their memory by:
- Enrolling in a head injury program — A rehab program that will help victims of head injuries
- Working with a memory specialist — Someone who specializes in head injuries and teaches memory strategies
- Working with a speech therapist — Speech therapists not only help with speech but with verbal recall
Victims of brain injuries can also help their memory by writing things down, getting organized, learning things in small bits by breaking it down, or by using image and word associations. Although there are different methods to bring back someone’s memory, it can take a long time and require a lot of money.
If you were injured in a Florida car crash and your memory was affected, you will need as much compensation as possible to help with your recovery and rehabilitation costs. This is why it is critical that you talk with a Sarasota car crash lawyer at the Mallard Law Firm today at (888) 409-3805. You will receive a free legal consultation and can request your complimentary copy of our book, The Florida Accident Handbook: What You Need to Know After an Auto, Truck or Bicycle Accident.
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