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Can a Chicago brain injury accident cause memory loss problems, amnesia?

Memory loss problems / Amnesia are common after a IL brain injury auto accident and fall. 

Two types of amnesia:

1. Retrograde

Retrograde amnesia is the inability to recall past events.

2. Anterograde

Anterograde amnesia is the inability to form new memories.

How long will my brain injury memory problems last?

Memory loss from a Illinois brain injury accident, like other types of traumatic brain injury, may have long lasting emotional, physical, and economical effects. Total damages recoverable after a Illinois brain injury may include – past, present, and future – medical bills, wages, treatment, and other recoverable losses and expense.  

To learn more about whether you may be able to recover compensation for your memory loss caused by a brain injury in Illinois, contact us. When you call you will speak with an experienced Chicago brain injury attorney with knowledge and experience in memory loss and amnesia .  Our personal injury lawyer settlements and lawsuits focus on brain and spinal injury . Contact us by calling (847) 651-7191 or complete our online form for a free consultation.

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