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Children and Traumatic Brain Injury

Among some of the most difficult injuries to diagnose, treat, or prove in a personal injury case, are brain injuries. Unfortunately, children are among those who are the most at risk for a traumatic brain injury (“TBI”). Children and Brain Injuries Playing school sports is…

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The Dangers of a Concussion

A boxer goes down after a mighty blow to the head. Two football players bump helmets during a tackle or head-first fall. You’re involved in a head-on collision. Each one of these situations can cause a concussion. Concussions Do Serious Damage to the Brain A…

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Two Good Reasons Why You Should Hire Counsel…

You don’t need an attorney for every legal dispute or difficulty you may have, but there are some cases where having competent counsel is not only prudent, but an absolute must, A lawsuit involving serious brain injury is one of them. Here are 2 reasons…

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4 Common Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury.

Let’s say you were in a car crash and you bumped your head on the steering wheel. You don’t think your injuries are that bad, but pretty soon you start to notice that you are having a lot of headaches and somehow, you just can’t…

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Some General Information About Traumatic Brain Injuries.

Any number of accidents— whether car accidents, falls, sporting accidents, crashes with a big rig, or oil rig explosions, or more— can leave an individual with a traumatic brain injury (“TBI”). TBIs can have long-lasting and devastating effects on a person’s life and on those…

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Legal Hurdles To Be Overcome In A Brain…

Some cases may be more difficult to prove than others. That does not mean they cannot be proved, simply that for some cases, we just have to fight harder to win. Brain injury cases can be like that. Brain Injury Cases and Legal Proof. Why…

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