Alabama Disability Attorney Cerebral Aneurysm

A cerebral (brain) aneurysm is a weak, bulging area in the wall of an artery that supplies blood to your brain. It is also called a cerebral or intracranial aneurysm. Some brain aneurysms are big enough to put pressure on your surrounding brain tissue. Other brain aneurysms can rupture at a weak spot in your artery wall. When this happens an area of your brain is flooded with blood. A ruptured aneurysm needs medical attention right away as it can become life-threatening quickly.

Most aneurysms do not rupture, and many of those which do can be repaired surgically, but that does not mean that you will not suffer side effects from the aneurysm.

A brain aneurysm may affect you is several ways. You may experience any of the follow symptoms:

•· Fatigue

•· Problems with thought processing or thinking

•· Difficulty with your short-term memory

•· Defects in your vision

•· A decrease in your ability to concentrate

•· Loss of coordination and balance

•· Sudden changes in your behavior

•· Weakness, numbness or paralysis on one side of your face

•· Sensitivity to light

•· Pain behind and above your eye

•· Vomiting and nausea

•· Fainting or loss of consciousness

•· Seizures.

If you or a loved one have survived a brain aneurysm and have ongoing complications as a result, these complications may have caused you to be disabled. If you or someone you know suffers from a cerebral aneurysm and has been denied Alabama Social Security Disability benefits or SSI benefits, don't give up! Call and experienced Alabama Disability attorney at Powell and Denny.

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The Alabama Social Security Disability Lawyers at Powell and Denny have successfully represented disabled persons all throughout Alabama; from Clanton to Scottsboro, from Florence to Sylacauga, from Tuscaloosa to Ft. Payne, from Athens to Montgomery, from Anniston to Tuscumbia, from Eutaw to Center Point, from Cullman to Talladega, from Fairfield to Decatur and everywhere in between.

Alabama Disability Attorney Cerebral Aneurysm