Since 2006, the number of TBI-related deaths has jumped 53%. Traumatic brain injuries (and even mild concussions) are serious because, as outlined below, they are hard to diagnose and difficult to treat.
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Evidence is the foundation of all successful car wreck claims. To win at trial, a victim (called a “Plaintiff”) must prove that the other driver was negligent, or failed to use reasonable care, by a preponderance of the evidence (more likely than not). That is a much lower standard of proof than the beyond a […]
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This question is an important one. In a serious injury crash, the medical bills could exceed $100,000. Frequently, health insurance companies may try to refuse to pay these expenses because they were caused by another person’s fault (although often there is no legal basis for the refusal by a health insurance company to pay). As […]
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Traumatic Brain Injuries kill about 50,000 Americans every year. These injuries are permanent. Once brain cells die, they never regenerate. Doctors may be unable to cure TBIs, but they can treat them. A combination of surgery and physical therapy usually helps victims live normal lives after their injuries.
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