Language Loss from Brain Injuries Caused by Rollovers
Rollover accidents are often particularly dangerous accidents due to the immense forces that are put on a motorist’s face and head. These impacts may cause substantial damage to that motorist’s brain, resulting in severe disabilities that can affect crucial everyday functions, such as language production and comprehension. This language loss can have a profound impact on a person’s life, possibly leaving them without the professional or personal opportunities they once enjoyed.
Language Disabilities from Rollover Accidents
Because rollover accidents commonly cause substantial injuries to a motorist’s head, the possibility of a serious language disability may be drastically increased. In particular, the following problems may arise as result of a rollover accident:
- Inability to create language, affecting both written and spoken language
- Inability to make sense of language, affecting both written and spoken language
- Dysarthria, or the inability to speak with normal speech patterns and qualities
- Dysgraphia, or problems controlling handwriting quality
In addition to these language disorders, injured individuals may experience other disabilities, such as deafness or blindness, which can indirectly contribute to the loss of particular language abilities.
If you or someone you love has sustained a traumatic brain injury resulting in a language disorder due to a rollover accident, a lawyer from the Willis Law Firm may be able to help you pursue legal action for your losses against the responsible automotive manufacturer. To discuss these options in further detail with a qualified legal advisor, call 800-883-9858.