Brain Injury

The Lawyers at the DiCello Law Firm understand how traumatic brain injuries are caused. Even seemingly mild to moderate head injuries can result in short- and long-term consequences. If you have suffered from a serious brain injury we can help.

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Cerebellum Injury

The cerebellum is located just above the brain stem and in towards the back of the brain and is comprised of small lobes. It receives information from the balance system of the inner ear, sensory nerves, and the auditory and visual systems.

Cerebellum Brain Injury The lawyers at The DiCello Law Firm have extensive experience in recognizing injuries to a person’s Cerebellum.

Brain Stem Injuries

Each year, over 1.5 million people in America suffer from a brain stem injury. It’s estimated that more than 2 million American currently live with some form of disability as the direct result of a brain stem injury.

Brain Stem Injuries The most common cause of brain stem injuries are car accidents.

Frontal Lobe Injuries

The frontal lobe of the brain is located at the front of the brain. The frontal lobes are extremely vulnerable to injury. The frontal lobes are the most common region of injury following mild to moderate traumatic brain injury.

Frontal Lobe Brain Injuries The frontal lobes are extremely vulnerable to injury.

Occipital Lobe Injuries

The occipital lobe is located at the back of the brain. It is associated with interpreting visual stimuli and information. They are the center of our visual perception system.

Occipital Lobe Brain Injuries Visual Interpretation can be Impaired or Destroyed

Parietal Lobe Injuries

The parietal lobe is located in the middle section of the brain. The parietal lobe is associated with processing tactile sensory information like pressure, touch, and pain.

Parietal Lobe Brain Injuries Individuals with damage to the parietal lobes may have abnormalities in body image and spatial relations.

Temporal Lobe Injuries

The temporal lobe is located near the bottom of the brain. This lobe is important for interpreting sounds and the language we hear. The hippocampus is also located in the temporal lobe. It is associated with the formation of memories.

Temporal Lobe Brain Injuries A temporal lobe injury can lead to serious life altering changes how the brain functions.

Pediatric Brain Injuries

About one million children are injured annually from traumatic brain injury. About 200,000 require hospitalization and about 18–20,000 suffer severe injury.

Pediatric Brain Injuries About half of all traumatic brain injuries in children occur between ages 16 to 21