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Pursuing Damages After a Catastrophic Injury
Pursuing Damages After a Catastrophic Injury

Legal professionals use the term “catastrophic injury” to describe any injury that is so severe that it prevents an individual from holding gainful employment. When an accident victim is unable to work, they may struggle to afford their medical bills, rehabilitation fees, ...

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Blog posts in Traumatic Brain Injury

  • ATV Accidents: The Basics

    All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV) are used for many different purposes. While they commonly are used for recreation, it isn’t uncommon for them to be used in ...

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  • The Cost of a Brain Injury

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “an estimated 1.7 million people sustain a TBI (traumatic brain injury) annually.” Per ...

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  • Brain Injury Statistics Report is Both Hopeful & Harrowing

    Advancements in safety and medical technologies have played huge roles in preventing deaths caused by traumatic brain injuries ( TBI ) in recent ...

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  • Why You Need to Take Brain Injuries Seriously

    The brain is the most vital part of the human body and it controls everything that we do. It allows us to enjoy a movie, converse with friends, and ...

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  • How a Brain Injury Impacts a Child

    Young children are naturally reckless and curious of their surroundings. Their instincts can work against them, putting them in serious danger if they ...

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  • Can a Brain Injury Cause PTSD?

    Neuroscience, or the science of understanding how our brains function and react to different stimuli, is still in a very young stage. Breakthroughs ...

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  • What You Need to Know About Concussions

    Concussions are some of the most common types of traumatic brain injuries . A concussion is a medical term used to describe the shaking or twisting of ...

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