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Category Archives: Brain Trauma

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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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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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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Repeated concussions endanger Texas athletes, soldiers

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Researchers have learned in the last few years that repeated incidents of head trauma can be debilitating and deadly. Athletes and soldiers are more prone to brain injuries than people who never receive a concussive blow or blast. An estimated 270,000 U.S. soldiers were diagnosed with brain trauma since 2000. Health experts worry that… Read More »

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