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Brain Injuries

Traumatic Brain Injuries by the Numbers Traumatic brain injuries, also known as TBIs, can have a devastating impact on the injury victim, as well as on the injury victim’s family and loved ones. According to prevailing medical statistics provided by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), approximately 1.5 million Americans…

Of the many types of injuries that lawyers help their clients recover from, none are more unpredictable and complicated than brain injuries. In this blog post, we explore why anyone suffering from a brain injury caused by someone else’s careless or reckless conduct should choose a lawyer with significant experience…

Seven Qualities to Look For in a Brain Injury Attorney Traumatic brain injury has the potential to change every aspect of your life. Around 425,000 people suffer traumatic brain injuries each year, many of them as a result of an accident caused by someone else. When you suffer a traumatic…

Traumatic Brain Injuries and Varying Levels of Intensity The term brain injury can refer to many types of injuries[1] relating to the brain, skull, and scalp. Possible complications and required treatments will greatly depend on how the injury is acquired, the location of the injury, and the severity of the brain damage. The following information covers…

Brain Damage Recovery Time After a Severe Accident One of the most common kinds of injuries that people sustain as a result of severe accidents caused by negligence are traumatic brain injuries. These accidents can range from simple slip and fall accidents to full-blown construction accidents. There are a surprising…

Brain Damage Caused by Accidents Injuries to the head, skull, and brain are not only common but have some of the most severe consequences of any injury. It goes without saying that our brains are possibly our most essential and coincidentally fragile organ. People from all walks of life and…

Risk Factors for a Child Suffering a Concussion Children under the age of 15 are at the highest risk of suffering a concussion than any other age group. This is obviously due to the activities that they engage in. Young boys are at a greater risk than young girls for…

Traumatic Brain Injury Common Risk Factors Your brain is well protected within your skull. For example, fluid surrounds your brain that cushions it from ever making contact with the hard inside of the skull. However, a jarring blow to your body or head can cause your brain to move around,…

Steps to Take Following a Concussion Many injuries suffered after an accident are visible to the naked eye—lacerations, puncture wounds, and bruises. But invisible injuries, such as concussions, are no less dangerous. If you suffered a blow to the head, seek medical treatment immediately and contact a personal injury attorney…