Sensory and Motor Perception Sensory in Brain Injuries
Sensory and perceptual problems are often reported following mild Traumatic brain injury (TBI). Some brain injuries can cause dizziness, and occasionally deafness. Some people complain of discomfort in bright light. Headache is a common symptom and may persist after other symptoms have resolved. Headaches can take the form of almost any chronic headache disorder.
Motor slowing, which will show up during cognitive testing, is probably the most common change in motor functioning after mild Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) but some people also complain of coordination problems.
At Sam Harding Law Firm, we understand the problems suffered by people who have sustained “mild” Traumatic Brain Injuries. We are observant regarding symptoms from clients which may relate to sensory or perceptual and motor disorders as a result of a brain injury.
We know that insurance companies often try to take advantage of unrepresented clients. We work hard for our clients to get them the money they deserve without their having to go to court. We work to get medical bills, lost income and money for pain and suffering. However, should your case require us to litigate, we are prepared to take your case to court. We are an ABOTA and AV rated Martindale Hubbel law firm.