Personality Changes And Behavioral Disorders

Most people know that a brain injury can affect how the body works. Many people don't know what can happen to a person's thinking, emotions and behavior after an accident.

In many cases, the effects of head trauma are not immediately noticeable, or they may be mistaken for another problem. Sometimes the most confounding symptoms of a brain injury relate to changes in the injured person's personality, moods and actions, changes that can lead to misdiagnosis, understandable frustration in family members, problems with relationships and employment, and other difficulties.

Some individuals who experience these problems become isolated. It is important to get help if a loved one has experienced a head injury. It is important to have someone who can advocate for your legal rights if another person's negligence caused the injury; you may be entitled to financial compensation for your losses and damages.

Strong Representation And Real Advocacy Regarding Complex Brain Injury

At the San Diego County law firm of Parker Thorson, we limit our practice to brain injury cases. We have an in-depth understanding of the complicated (and sometimes frustrating) behavioral and personality changes that a head injury can bring. And our experienced trial lawyers have a long history of winning jury verdicts and settlements related to negligence, malpractice, fraud and other serious matters.

Our firm can advise you and your family if your case involves:

  • Post-concussive syndrome, which can last for months or more following a car accident, an assault or another event.
  • Irritability
  • Depression
  • Difficulty concentrating, which can affect an injured person's ability to work or study
  • Frontal lobe injury
  • Mood swings

Every head injury case is different. Your case is important.

Contact Parker Thorson | The Consultation Is Free

Talk to an attorney who understands behavioral and personality changes related to brain injuries. Contact Parker Thorson in La Mesa, California, for a free consultation about your case.