Clarksburg Memory Loss Attorneys
Memory Loss frequently results from traumatic brain injuries (TBI), and it can have many potential causes. If you experienced memory loss after an accident, the defendant’s attorney will try to explain away the loss of memory by attributing it to another factor, such as family history of dementia, Alzheimer’s, drug or alcohol abuse, or a prior traumatic head injury even–if you have not experienced any of these issues before!
If you were injured above the neck, there is a very good chance your injury caused your memory loss, be it partial or full loss of memory. Contact the Clarksburg memory loss attorneys of the Law Offices of David W. Frame at 800-352-9460 to seek justice for the suffering you were forced to endure because of the negligent or careless actions of another person or entity.
Factors That Might Cause Memory Loss
Besides a physical injury to the head, there are other causes of memory loss, which you should be careful to reveal before consulting your attorney:
- Exposure to toxins in the environment
- Use of certain medications
- Alcohol and drug use
- Thyroid problems
- Deficiency of Vitamin B12
If you have experienced memory loss before, it is highly recommended to visit your primary care physician and answer questions such as how long you have been having such problems, what types of information can you not remember, and if you are having any other physical ailments which might cause the memory loss as a symptom.
If you, or someone you know has experienced memory loss, and this might have been a result of an accident, you should seek compensation for it and for the unknown effects it might have on you later down the road. Our dedicated attorneys will collaborate with your doctors, seek eye witnesses and other evidence, and offer you experienced and dedicated legal counseling. Contact our Clarksburg memory loss attorneys at the Law Offices of David W. Frame at 800-352-9460 for further information.