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Louisville Memory Loss Attorneys

If you or a loved one has suffered a blow to the head or a traumatic brain injury and are suffering from memory loss as a result, the attorneys of Sampson Law Firm are here to help. Our team of experienced Louisville memory loss lawyers is committed to helping injured people in Louisville and across Kentucky secure the compensation they need to pay for treatment and protect their livelihood after a brain injury. We are here to help you in your time of need, so contact us today at (502) 584-5050 to set up a free consultation.

Why Choose Us?

Sampson Law Firm has earned a reputation for helping our clients get the compensation that they need for their brain injury claims. We have worked tirelessly to get justice for our clients, and have secured significant compensation on behalf of our clients.

Firm founder, Jeffery T. Sampson, is a graduate of the University of Kentucky who was previously a member of the Board of Governors for the Kentucky Bar Association. Attorney Keith Poynter is also an accomplished lawyer with certifications in Advanced Crash Investigation and Traffic Crash Reconstruction, and he has received recognition for his superb litigation skills. Our team’s commitment to our clients’ best interests and our dedication to them and their families is what truly sets us apart from the rest. We won’t rest until we help you get the compensation you need to get back on your feet.

Our firm handles cases on a contingency-fee basis. This means that we won’t collect any payment from you up-front. Instead, we will only get paid if we win your case and secure compensation on your behalf. This way, we work as hard as possible every day on your case, since we won’t get paid unless you do!

Cases We Handle

A serious injury accident that results in a brain injury can occur in many different ways. Brain injuries that include memory loss often come from accidents including (but not limited to):

  • Motor Vehicle Accident – Accidents with motor vehicles, from motorcycles to semi-trucks, can do massive damage to the brain.
  • Assault – If you have been attacked and are suffering from memory loss as a result, you can hold your attacker responsible.
  • Slip and Fall – Individuals who slip and fall on hazardous surfaces may hit their head and suffer a serious injury to the brain
  • Workplace Accidents – Falling debris, a fall from elevation, or heavy machinery accidents can inflict severe damage to the head and brain.
  • Medical Malpractice – Doctors can make mistakes in their treatments that can cause severe damage to their patients. You have a right to recover if this has happened to you.

If you are experiencing memory loss after an accident and you believe another person is at fault, you need an experienced memory loss lawyer on your side.

The Causes and Consequences of Memory Loss

Memory loss is a potential consequence of a traumatic brain injury. A traumatic brain injury is an injury caused by an external force that does damage to the brain. Memory loss is a loss of part or all of your memories. This loss can be immediate, or it can come on more slowly over a long period.

Whether an illness or an injury cause it, there are some symptoms to indicate that someone is suffering from memory loss. These signs include:

  • Forgetting recently learned information
  • Challenges with making plans or solving problems
  • Difficulty completing familiar tasks
  • Being confused about the time or your location
  • Difficulties with speaking or writing
  • Misplacing things and becoming easily lost
  • Poor judgment
  • Changes in mood and personality
  • Withdrawal from work and hobbies

If you or a loved one have taken a blow to the head and start showing signs of memory loss, get to a doctor immediately. Some memory loss could be reversible, but the longer you wait, the more complications you will have. In addition to the mental damage and risk of physical harm, memory loss can also put a significant strain on your personal life. Severe memory loss could lose you your job and cost you personal connections. Memory loss is a stressful and expensive thing to deal with.

If someone else’s actions caused your memory loss, you might be eligible for compensation. You deserve justice and payment for your suffering, and the lawyers at Sampson Law Firm can get it for you.

Contact Us

If you or a loved one sustained a brain injury and are suffering from memory loss, then Sampson Law Firm can give you the legal assistance you need. Our Louisville traumatic brain injury lawyers have the skills and experience they need to get our clients the compensation they deserve for their suffering. Contact Sampson Law Firm at (502) 584-5050 today and let us help you through your struggles.