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- Traumatic Brain Injuries and the Devastation They Leave Behind
Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are remarkably widespread in the United States. According to one CDC report, each day 153 people suffer and die from injuries related to TBI. From a small concussion to significant brain damage, TBIs cover a wide range of injuries that can negatively impact sensation, emotional functions, motor skills, and cognitive performance.
- Whiplash, Chronic Pain and Personal Injury Lawsuits
Auto accidents lead to a wide variety of injuries, from broken bones to burns. However, one of the most common injuries sustained in an auto accident is whiplash. Although this injury isn't obvious to onlookers, it can cause significant symptoms. Below is some basic information about whiplash and how it can affect your life.
- Forensic Expert Witness Discusses Neuropsychology in Traumatic Brain Injuries
After a traumatic brain injury, the victim may have numerous issues with his or her mental state to include amnesia, psychological complications and need of therapy. A neuropsychologist is able to explain these matters to the courtroom and introduce the necessary information about why compensation should provide the victim with a means of recovery.
- Detailed Brain Scans in North Carolina Traumatic Brain Injury Cases
North Carolina personal injury victims often sustain serious traumatic brain injuries. These injuries can disrupt a person’s life dramatically.
- Even a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Can Affect You for Months
Many mild TBIs are classified as “concussions,” a fact which causes victims and their families to believe that it is not a serious matter. In reality, concussions and other forms of mild TBIs have the potential to cause serious symptoms months after the injury initially took place.
- Expert Witness: Assessing Liability in Horseback Riding Fall Cases
When someone has fallen from a horse while riding, the incident could have occurred due to improperly maintained equipment, inappropriate training of the animal or through a similar issue. When a claim for the injury arises, an expert witness is often necessary to explain and assess liability so that compensation claims are possible and understood better.
- Malpractice suits alleging “improper bonuses” settled
Incentives are a great way to motivate individuals and push them to reach new heights and get better at a given task. Rewarding people for their efforts is a common practice that usually yields a positive result but that was not the case in two recent medical malpractice lawsuits against UPMC [University of Pittsburgh Medical Center].
- Top 10 Reasons to Hire an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney
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- Recoverable Damages in Michigan Medical Malpractice Cases
Your doctor made a mistake. You were injured. You now have to take time off work, pay unexpected medical costs, and hire someone to maintain your home and yard. As a result, you are teetering on the edge of financial ruin. Are you entitled to be reimbursed for medical expenses? Lost wages? Mental anguish? The short answer is yes.
- Is It Too late to Sue: Statutes of Limitation and Repose in Michigan
Lawyers receive calls every day from people who are injured but waited too long to sue. Don't sleep on your rights. There are time limits that must be followed when bringing a lawsuit. Wait too long, and your claim will become barred by a statute of limitation or repose.