If you were involved in a car accident and are nowexperiencing memory loss, you may have suffered a concussion. A concussion is a type of brain injury and is usually caused by a blow or jolt to the head, which often happens in vehicle accidents. In addition, when the head or body experiences any sudden movement (i.e. whiplash) this can cause a concussion. Symptoms include headaches, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, and temporary or ongoing memory loss.
What to Do if You Are Experiencing Memory Loss After an Accident
Concussion-induced memory loss can prevent you from recalling the events during and leading up to an accident. While this can complicate your case, you are still entitled to seek compensation, and an experienced concussion injury attorney can help you determine if and how negligence caused the accident.
Since memory loss and other concussion symptoms may not appear immediately, it is important to seek medical treatment after a head injury as soon as possible, even if you feel fine. Next, contact an attorney who can help you file a claim and receive the compensation you deserve.
How an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney Can Help
Even if you are unable to recall all the details of your accident, your attorney can conduct an investigation and advocate on your behalf. Together you can consult medical reports, police reports, security footage, witness accounts, and other evidence to figure out exactly what happened.
An experienced concussion injury attorney can also help you file an injury claim with the insurance company and, if necessary, take your case to trial. At Ackerman & Falcon, our experienced attorneys will fight to protect your rights and ensure that you are fairly compensated for your injuries, including the cost of medical expenses, lost income, and other damages related to pain and suffering.
Call Ackerman & Falcon Today
Contact the experienced personal injury attorneys at Ackerman & Falcon today for a free, no obligation consultation. Call us at (703) 288-1400 or send us a message about your case online.