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Temporal Lobe Injuries

Delaware Temporal Lobe Injury Lawyers

Accidents Injuring The Temporal Lobe In Delaware

There are two temporal lobes in the brain, one on each side of the head. The temporal lobes are situated at ear level. The temporal lobes are responsible for differentiating between various smells. It also enables us to tell one sound from another. The right temporal lobe is also related to visual memory function. The left temporal lobe is associated with verbal cue memory. Sometimes a closed head injury man result. This is not the same as a temporal lobe injury but it comes about in a similar way.

Delaware Temporal Lobe Injury Lawyer James F. Bailey has extensive experience handling brain injury cases that stem from an automobile accident. Call Mr. Bailey at 302 656 5686. You may also email Mr. Bailey by clicking here.

Delaware Accidents Injuring The Temporal Lobe

Various types of accidents can injure the temporal lobe. As the two temporal lobes are on the side of the head a side impact collision can cause serious injury to the temporal lobe. Side impact collisions typically occur at intersections. When the other vehicle strikes your car your head can hit the window with great force. The force that is exerted at impact can ultimately damage the temporal lobe. While side impact, or T-Bone collisions are commonly associated with temporal lobe injuries any type of car accident can damage the temporal lobe. Other types of injuries that can injure the temporal lobe are animal attacks, assault, slips and falls.

Recovering From A Temporal Lobe Injury

After a temporal lobe injury your life may never be the same. Your hearing ability, language comprehension and emotional stability may all be impacted. You may need long term care and have to undergo years of therapy. As these treatments can put you and your family under extreme financial strain, it is in your best interest to contact a Delaware Brain Injury Lawyer.

Contact A Delaware Frontal Lobe Injury Attorney

If you, a loved one or someone you care for have been hurt inn accident and suffered damage to the temporal lobe please call The Bailey Law Firm at 302 656 5686. Or, email them by clicking here. Delaware Accident Attorney James F. Bailey functions on a contingency fee basis meaning that he charges nothing unless he recovers for you.

The Bailey Law Firm handle competently and effectively handle automobile accident and injury cases on all Delaware roads, highways and interstates including: I-95, I-295, I-495, Route 1, Route 2, Route 4, Route 7, Route 8, Route 9, Route 13, Route 15, Route 113, Route 40, Route 141, Route 273, Route 202, Route 16, Route 404, Route 30, Route 24 and Route 26.

Mr. Bailey also handles all types of brain injury cases throughout Delaware including: Wilmington, Newport, Stanton, Newark, New Castle, Bear, Glasgow, Newark, Pike Creek, Hockessin, Claymont, Christiana, Middletown, Smyrna, Dover, Harrington, Milford, Georgetown, Millsboro, Seaford, Laurel, Delmar, Dagsboro, Milton, Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach, Bethany Beach, Indian River and Fenwick Island.