Loss of Writing Abilities from Negligence
A person who has sustained a serious injury to their head or nervous system may lose some control over their ability to write. This can occur because of a range of different factors, but many cases occur because of loss of fine motor control from nervous system injuries or damage to the areas of the brain which control spatial and language abilities. These effects can combine to effectively rob a person of their capacity to write.
If you are suffering from a loss of writing abilities due to an injury caused by another party's negligence, a civil lawsuit may be appropriate. For a free consultation regarding your legal options, contact the Wausau brain injury attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. at 800-242-2874 today.
Types of Dysgraphia
Known as dysgraphia, the loss of writing abilities can prove extremely disheartening and problematic for a person's lifestyle. While computers and digital writing methods have improved the prognosis for someone facing this disorder, it nevertheless is a serious issue for anyone who uses writing as an everyday part of their life.
- Loss of the ability to write legibly
- Loss of any writing or copying ability
- Difficulty with fine motor movements
- Pain or discomfort while writing
These symptoms may be associated with different types of dysgraphia, each of which capable of affecting an injured individual differently.
If you have been injured because of someone's negligence and are looking for financial assistance to pay for medical bills and other damages, we may be able to assist you. For additional information regarding your legal options, contact the Wausau brain injury lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. by calling 800-242-2874 today.