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Temporal Lobe Phenomenon Disability Claims

The temporal lobe of the brain is located in the middle part of the cortex and is responsible for receiving and processing sensory information, including pain, auditory (sound) input, language, and process and remember emotions. Damage to the temporal lobe can impact how the body functions, as it is the seat of the automatic bodily functions, including anxiety, heart rate and other symptoms.

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Temporal lobe injuries or diseases lead to a large number of conditions, including:

  • Temporal lobe epilepsy,
  • Aphasia (speech disorder),
  • Impaired memory skills,
  • Personality changes,
  • Changes in executive functioning capacity,
  • Inappropriate behavior,
  • Aggression and poor impulse control.
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A high-level executive or business owner suffering from damage to the temporal lobe may experience a significant reduction in cognitive skills, reducing their performance levels so that they cannot work. An airline pilot with temporal lobe damage cannot fly a plane. A college professor may not be able to give lectures or maintain track of student’s progress.

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Temporal lobe phenomenon is a condition that the disability law firm of Frankel & Newfield has had experience in, and we understand the difficulties that this condition presents. We have also experienced the callous behavior of disability insurance companies who seek to deny, delay or terminate claims. Call our office today at 877-583-2524 to speak with us about how we can help you protect your benefits.


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Jason A. Newfield - Disability Insurance Attorney

Jason Newfield is a founding partner of the disability insurance law firm Frankel & Newfield. He has spent the majority of his legal career advocating for the rights of disabled workers. He has lectured other professionals, worked on a Federal Advisory committee, and published many articles in the field of disability insurance claims and litigation.

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