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Category Archives: Brain Injury

Quiz – Should You Seek Legal Help After a Brain Injury?

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Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can cause a horrible myriad of problems for the injured person, but can also affect the entire family unit as brain injuries often require lifelong care. Many times, the injured person won’t be able to return to work and this can affect your family’s financial well-being and benefits. If you… Read More »

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SlideShare Presentation – Why Seek Compensation After a Traumatic Brain Injury?

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If you or a loved one has been injured and suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI), you may be wondering how to pay for all of the financial requirements of getting medical care and rehabilitation. In this Slideshare presentation, we explain how our lawyers can get you compensation for your injury: To schedule a… Read More »

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Brain injuries: Some of the worst injuries due to the unknown

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Brain injuries can occur to Texas citizens on any average day. A fall, a car accident, being in the wrong place at the wrong time — these are things that you can’t predict when you walk out of the house. But they can change your life forever. While a number of injuries may cause… Read More »

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Traumatic brain injuries: What are the recovery steps?

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Traumatic brain injuries are common when someone has had a hard bludgeon to the head, which can occur in car accidents, fights, slip-and-falls or a number of other incidents. The blow to the head doesn’t have to cause outward cuts and bruising for a brain injury take place. A hard blow to the head… Read More »

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Traumatic brain injury cases increased between 2007 and 2010

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From sports injuries to car accidents, traumatic brain injuries can happen to Texas residents of any age or lifestyle. Following proper safety protocols and wearing the right equipment for the activity at hand is one way to reduce the chance of a TBI, but accidents can still happen. According to the Centers for Disease… Read More »

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Traumatic brain injuries are correctly named

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According to brainline.org, the leading cause of brain injuries is from falls. The second leading cause is car accidents. But anything that causes a hard hit to the head can result in brain trauma, including a bodily assault from an angry foe. The brain is fragile. Even when there is no visible evidence of… Read More »

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Head injuries: What should you look for?

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Dallas readers may know as much about traumatic brain injuries as people in any city, but just how much is that? Do you know what symptoms to look for, and are you able to recognize when a head injury is severe? It is important to be able to recognize symptoms of a head or… Read More »

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Brain injury does not hold 1 young man down

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A young Texas boy was involved in a car accident approximately 10 years ago. The car he was riding in was blindsided, and he suffered severe brain injury and a broken neck. The now 14-year-old is determined not to let his injuries keep him down. The young man is an avid sports fan, which… Read More »

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Study: Marked rise in high chair falls and child head injuries

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Defective toys, furniture and other products can endanger a child’s health or life. Dallas parents are dependent upon manufacturers to make sturdy, safe products. Child product makers must include appropriate instructions and warnings if any threat of harm is possible. High chairs for babies and toddlers come in a variety of clever designs and… Read More »

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Concussion study could support Texas athletes’ worries

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Sports figures, organizations like the National Youth Sports League in Texas, physicians and athletes’ families have grown increasingly concerned about concussions. Some current and retired athletes claim what researchers are trying to determine – brain trauma, frequently caused by auto accidents, results from repeated head blows. Sports-related brain damage has been linked to cognitive… Read More »

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